House wants orbital space plane delayed

11/14/2003 | Aviation Now

House Science Committee leaders sought a delay in appropriations for NASA's new orbital space plane until the government develops "a vision for space exploration." NASA is continuing to plan for the program, with a prime contractor selection scheduled for August 2004, but has said it would build the space plane only if Congress and the administration think it is needed.

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