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[i]Bolden said NASA has no use for 39A, which supported the Apollo and shuttle programs, and planned to demolish it unless there was private sector interest.
Now, he said the agency does not want to continue spending the "couple million bucks" it would cost each year to keep the seaside pad from rusting away.
"The problem is, we cannot afford to maintain a facility while the world thinks about it," he said. "We're either going to demolish it, or we're going to let somebody use it and pay for it."
NASA wants to unload responsibility for the pad by Oct. 1, the start of the new fiscal year.[/i]
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