Il Congresso USA valuta la possibilità di utilizzare Orion per la ISS

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Oggi intanto la camera dei rappresentanti ha approvato la proposta!
Quindi NASA ha 60 giorni per rispondere dettagliatamente.


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e se NASA dice sì? e se NASA dice no?


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Oggi il Congresso ha approvato diverse cose interessanti: :ok:

For the first time in more than 6 years, both chambers of Congress passed a bill that approves funding for NASA and gives the space agency new mandates.

The NASA Transition Authorization Act of 2017 is a bill the Senate and House collaborated on for months, and it appropriates $19.508 billion to the space agency. (NASA received $19.3 billion in 2016, or 0.5% of the total federal budget.)

When the Senate brought the bill before the House of Representatives for a vote on March 7, “no members spoke against the bill” and it passed, according to Jeff Foust at Space News.

The document asks NASA to create a roadmap for getting humans “near or on the surface of Mars in the 2030s.” It also calls on the space agency to continue developing the Space Launch System (SLS) — a behemoth rocket — and the Orion space capsule in order to eventually go to the moon, Mars, and beyond.

Now it’s up to President Donald J. Trump to sign the bill into law — or veto it.

Ora rimane l’ultima parola al Presidente, poi vediamo cosa succede con Nasa…

:wink:


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Se è passata al Congresso con voto favorevole dei democratici e dei repubblicani non che The Donald non farà sparate.