Sequestration would come at 'great cost' to NASA
BY STEPHEN CLARK
Posted: September 16, 2012
NASA stands to lose nearly $1.5 billion in 2013 unless Congress acts to reduce budget deficits by the end of the year, and the outlook is even worse for U.S. military space programs, according to a report released on Friday by the White House.
President Obama in the Oval Office. Credit: Official White House photo by Pete Souza
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