Nothing you haven't heard before, but Sunday's Orlando Sentinel featured a guest editorial by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden.
NASA is working hard on the crew capsule that will carry tomorrow's astronauts to places we have not been, such as an asteroid — a destination we have targeted for 2025. Mars is in our sights for the 2030s. We also are looking at options for the heavy-lift rocket that will be required to get us to these new destinations. It's a big, complicated project — the most important space-exploration decision we'll make for decades — so we want to get it right. We're working hard to finalize our plans, but we're not going to rush to judgment on something so important.