NASA To Continue Using Government Rocket To Take Humans To Moon, Will Likely Miss 2020 Deadline Written 28 March 2019

The Houston Chronicle reports that “on Wednesday, NASA’s leader said that using a commercial rocket wasn’t feasible” for transporting humans to the moon. Administrator Jim Bridenstine added in remarks before the US House Appropriations Subcommittee, “I don’t think it’s in the cards to meet June 2020.” Bridenstine also concluded that using the Space Launch System rocket for the Europa Clipper mission “might not be best” given NASA’s intent “to stay within cost and increase the schedule.” 
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