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NASA said to mull ad deals

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The newsletter Science & Government Report, Englewood, N.J., said a National Aeronautics & Space Administration staff report will propose a corporate sponsorship plan to help defray the costs of the $24 billion International Space Station project. The newsletter said the staff report will suggest NASA sell the right to display corporate names and logos during NASA media events, among other advertising possibilities. It said a pilot ad program could be underway in a year. The report, mandated by Congress, is expected to be delivered to NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin later this month, according to Science & Government Report.

Copyright September 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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