FILE - In this June 29, 1995 file photo provided by NASA, the space shuttle Atlantis is docked with the Russian space station Mir as the two spacecraft orbit the Earth. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)

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FILE - In this June 29, 1995 file photo provided by NASA, the space shuttle Atlantis is docked with the Russian space station Mir as the two spacecraft orbit the Earth. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)
FILE - In this June 29, 1995 file photo provided by NASA, the space shuttle Atlantis is docked with the Russian space station Mir as the two spacecraft orbit the Earth. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)
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