Trump's NASA Budget Would End Space Station Funding

By Hector Gonzales

February 13, 2018

Funding for the International Space Station would end in the year 2025 under the Trump administration's proposed NASA budget.  The nearly $20 billion space agency spending plan allocates $150 million to encourage private companies to take over operations in low Earth orbit.  U.S. Senator Bill Nelson calls the budget a "nonstarter."  

The Florida Democrat says NASA needs more money if the U.S. is ever going to send humans to Mars and back.

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