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Users commented Glad You’re Back, NASA, You Were Missed!

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RE: Glad You’re Back, NASA, You Were Missed!


The "Welcome back, NASA" theme to this blog was not meant to appear flippant about the real consequences of the 17-day shutdown of the government and its consequences financially and to federally funded research activities that were disrupted, curtailed, or eliminated due to the funding delays. As this article in Scientific American points out, The Government Shutdown Was Temporary, Its Damage to Science Permanent, for many health regulators, inspectors, and research labs across the country the shutdown had an immediate impact on productivity and may eliminate some research study results. I hope efforts to prevent future shutdowns on this scale are successful.

- See more at: http://www.nasatalk.com/blog/article/Blogs/17-Laurie%20Ruberg/2248-glad-you-re-back-nasa-you-were-missed.html#sthash.eGdKsvb8.dpuf

LFR
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RE: Glad You’re Back, NASA, You Were Missed!


The "Welcome back, NASA" theme to this blog was not meant to appear flippant about the real consequences of the 16-day shutdown of the government and its consequences financially and to federally funded research activities that were disrupted, curtailed, or eliminated due to the funding delays. As this article in Scientific American points out, The Government Shutdown Was Temporary, Its Damage to Science Permanent, for many health regulators, inspectors, and research labs across the country the shutdown had an immediate impact on productivity and may eliminate some research study results. I hope efforts to prevent future shutdowns on this scale are successful.