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Bolden, Lawmakers Point Fingers about State of U.S. Human Spaceflight


NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and members of the House Science space subcommittee traded jabs about whose fault it is that U.S. astronauts will not launch on U.S. spacecraft for at least another three years.

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