"I have a lot of facilities that we, NASA, no longer need," according to the center's director, Robert Cabana. "I don't have the money to maintain them, I don't have the money to tear them down. They're just going to sit and rot."
Roughly the size of a card table, the Interstellar Boundary Explorer is one of NASA’s low-cost, rapidly developed Small Explorers spacecraft. (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab/Courtesy)
"Restoring the US space program to greatness will require the leadership, management skill and commitment to American exceptionalism possessed by only one candidate in this race: Mitt Romney," the men said in an open letter.