In January, President Obama announced he was cancelling the NASA Constellation program and dramatically cutting back the space agency's budget. Last week, he revised those plans, much to the relief of Ohioans who work in the space industry. Now, part of the Constellation program is intact and U.S. sights are set on an asteroid landing and a Mars expedition.
Dave Pignanelli NPR
Ray Lugo Acting Director, NASA Glenn Research Center
Ziona Austrian Levin College, Cleveland State University