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Saturday, March 12, 2005
[Media Source*] Finally.
Michael Griffin, a former chief engineer at NASA who has also worked on missile defense systems, was named on Friday as President Bush's choice to head the U.S. space agency.
That is good to see. Hopefully he can provide some needed leadership as NASA doesn't seem to be doing too well, as their are signs of trouble with their Mars expedition. A picture of NASA's fearless leader below.
Photo by Johns Hopkins/Reuters
Rep. Sherwood Boehlert, a New York Republican who heads the U.S. House of Representatives Science Committee, and Rep. Ken Calvert, a California Republican who chairs a panel on space and aeronautics, also gave their support in a statement.
"He has broad expertise, knows NASA inside and out, and is an imaginative and creative thinker and leader," Boehlert said. "We look very forward to working with Dr. Griffin at this critical time for NASA."
I am pleased.
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