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A Glimpse into NASA's Future?

A Glimpse into NASA's Future?

NASA's 2015 budget request from the Federal government provides insights into which realms of research the agency plans to focus on in coming years. The design of a dark energy and exoplanet observatory as well as a probe specifically created to study Jupiter's moon Europa (pictured) are two new projects which NASA hopes to start via funding from their 2015 budget. Work on asteroid redirect studies and new rockets designed to carry astronauts to the ISS are also included in the proposed budget for next year. More on the story at SpaceNews.com

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