NASA icons challenge Obama's space plan
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NASA icons challenge Obama's space plan

As President Obama is set to visit Florida to unveil his plans for NASA going forward, some of the most famous astronauts in the space program, including Neil Armstrong, have challenged his reported decision to idle the manned-space program. (MSNBC)

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