NASA seeks $830M to get astronauts in orbit without Russia’s help

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While acknowledging the cost overruns, Mr. Bolden said the project, with all of the data it will provide for the next few decades, is essentially priceless.

“I don’t think we can attach a financial value to this,” he said.

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