Proposed NASA Budget Threatens Flagship Project
The Trump Administration's proposed NASA budget would prioritize manned space exploration, but would cut other major projects, such as the WFIRST space telescope. The project, which had three Ohio State professors on its lead research team, would be the most powerful space telescope ever built.
We'll take a look at the significance of the WFIRST program, how it might answer lingering questions about our Universe, and how NASA funds science and exploration.
- David Weinberg, astronomy department chair, The Ohio State University
- Ethan Siegel, astrophysicist, author, columnist, Forbes
- Larry Sivic, Chief Financial Officer, John H. Glenn Research Center
- Keith Cowing, editor, NASAwatch.com