WASHINGTON – A bill filed by a Senate bipartisan party in February 1930 would allow the extension of the International Space Station in 2030 and also set a permanent human space space for the national purpose.
John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Gary Peters (D-Mich.) Presented the Welsh Airplane Improvement Act on February 27, authorizing the extension of ISS operation between 2024 and 2030.
Other members of Congress responded last year to the NASA proposal for the 2019 budget proposal to end the direct financing of the 2025 station to allow the launch of low-lying Orbital low operations. The Space Frontier Act, Sensek Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.), Came in season last year, similar to the ISS operations in the 2030s.
The Space Frontier Act approved the Senate in December, confirming it, but when he was killed at home, when he was able to win a majority of two thirds, he won the majority of those who demanded non-compliance. In the opposition, however, the invoices that regulate the commercial file reform and the ISS extension were not based on other provisions.
Cruz said in a January speech that he intends to re-enter the Space Frontier Act. In fact, it plans to make a bill or other NASA authorization, which is likely to include the ISS extension language, he said.
Other sections of the 12 sections of the Human Space Riding Team include the needs of reports on a transposition strategy from ISS, development of other human space installations or beyond the Earth's orbit, and life support systems. NASA also directs the implementation of an advanced Space Space program in Johnson Space Center.
Perhaps the most important part of the bill would change the National Aeronautics and Spatial Law to bring about a nationwide settlement of human spaces by incorporating "the settlement of human spaces and the rich economy of the space by increasing the welfare state of the United States". "
The term "human space settlement" is defined as a "community in a space or a celestial body, where human beings are constantly living and grow during their personal and commercial activity, as a part of a broader, economically and biologically self-sufficient network of human settlements.
"The only way to continue studying about the universe around us is to be a top goal and a dream," Cornyn told a billing statement. In the statement, the bill was developed with the "entrance to the Houston space community".
"This Bipartisan law would ensure that NASA's service stations and women can continue their advanced research and exploration missions, and we are looking for pioneering solutions that promote the next stage of innovation," said Peters. In the sub-community space of the Senate Commerce Committee, in the statement.
This bill is not for the first time Cornyn, usually not in the space assets, has made Cross, a colleague of Texas, deeper into the space bill. In January 2017, he presented the New and Innovative Focus Mapping of our Exploration Strategy (MANIFEST) to the Human Resource Law. The bill and the company's law came into the House. John Culberson (R-Texas) called for the mission's strategic plan to develop the missionary mission to Marsen.
"As NASA calls for a strategic plan, this bill will help resources in the long run for landing Mars in our society," said Cornyn in the statement of 2017 in the Human Rights Roadmap Law. Before joining the House or the Senate, when he joined 2017, the new Human Spaceflight Advancing Act did not mention Marsi.