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Old June 15 2014, 01:56 AM   #91
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Re: Should NASA Have Retired Shuttles?

sojourner wrote: View Post
You forgot the step where congress pulls funding half way through.
No, that's Step 4.
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Old June 15 2014, 09:22 AM   #92
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Re: Should NASA Have Retired Shuttles?

You might call it whatever you want, but the fact remains that Urban Dictionary rejected Senate Launch System as an expansion of SLS when I submitted it, so you're apparently a minority.
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