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More controversy for NASA chief over China collaborations

Concerns on Capitol Hill about scientific collaborations between the Obama administration and China remain, and NASA Administrator Charles Bolden is likely to get an earful on the topic from at least one Republican lawmaker when he appears before appropriators in the House of Representatives on 21 March.

At the upcoming budget hearing, Virginia Republican Rep. Frank Wolf, who chairs the House appropriations subcommittee that funds NASA, plans to ask Bolden about his recent meeting with International Space Station (ISS) partners in Quebec City—where there was reportedly discussion about including China in the programme.

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