If NASA follows the recommendations of a study group of National Research Council and National Academy of Sciences Space Science Board, expensive unmanned missions such as the “Grand Tour” of the solar system will be deferred and the space agency will concentrate its efforts for the next decade on relatively small missions. The results of the study, published as Priorities for Space Research 1971–1980, is primarily concerned with the unmanned programs of the NASA Office of Space Science and Applications.

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