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Sirangelo leaves NASA after the exploration restructuring is discontinued

WASHINGTON – A former space industry executive who joined NASA to lead their revised moon exploration strategy left the agency in just one and a half months. In an internal memo, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine announced that Mark Sirangelo had resigned as a special assistant to the administrator after a proposed reorganization of the agency had been rejected by Congress. …

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US military exploration plan deploying 120,000 troops in the Middle East

The US military has been briefing President Donald Trump's national security team on a revised plan that could result in the deployment of as many as 120,000 troops to the Middle East, according to a New York Times National Security official report released Monday cited. The reported plan foresees the deployment of troops in case Iran either attacks US forces …

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Moon Base and Gateway Part of a sustainable long-term human exploration plan

WASHINGTON – While NASA is working to develop a plan for an accelerated human return to the moon, a senior White House official emphasized the need for long-term sustainability, which would require both a gateway and a lunar base. An event at the National Academies here, marking the 50th anniversary of the Universities Space Research Association, Scott Pace, Executive Secretary …

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Do you love to lie in bed? Get paid by NASA for space exploration: NPR

South Korean President Park Geun-hye walks past a NASA logo during a tour of the Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt, MD. Patrick Semansky / AP Hide Caption Switch caption Patrick Semansky / AP South Korean President Park Geun-hye walks past a NASA logo during a tour of the Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt, MD (19659006). Patrick Semansky / …

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NASA and Google Partner in the Mars Exploration Human World

<! – -> Here's one of Devon Island's marvel-like wonders in the High Arctic, featured in Google's new documentary on NASA's Haughton Mars Project. This terrestrial canyon – known by scientists as the Astronaut Canyon – was carved by glaciers and resembles some of the tributaries of Ius Chasma on Mars. Picture about HMP / Pascal Lee / SETI Institute. …

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The administration is proposing the end of the EU, while the administrator is considering the full rewrite of the exploration manifestation – NASASpaceFlight.com

In addition to last week's Trump administration's budget proposal to cancel future space launch system (SLS) upgrades, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine announced further changes that would revise the early manifest of exploration flights. The Administration's new budget proposes to defuse the Exploration Upper Stage (EUS) and related projects from 1 October, which begins on 1 October. In later Senate reports, …

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Norwegian sovereign wealth fund sold by oil and gas exploration stocks

. 8 March 2019 by Steve Hanley The Norwegian State Pension Fund is the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world with $ 1 trillion in assets under management. On March 8, the company announced that it will remove oil and gas exploration companies from its portfolio. To achieve this goal, it will sell its holdings to 134 companies, according …

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