NASA represents so much of what is best about the U.S.: curiosity, wonder, ambition and an embrace of risk and challenge. Americans not only admire and identify with the agency, we feel a sense of shared ownership in its mission to gain knowledge and explore new frontiers. But now the Trump administration may take NASA from the American public and hand it over to corporations. It wants to sell naming rights and advertising space to corporations on NASA spacecraft and allow astronauts to ...

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