NASA's science projects running far over budget

09/8/2009 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Budget constraints are endangering not only NASA's much-hyped return to the moon, but also the completion of scientific projects such as advanced space telescopes and climate-change satellites. Thomas Coonce, who heads NASA's cost analysis office, says 27 scientific missions are an average of 43% over budget, due largely to "over-optimism" in the early stages of planning.

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