Tough Choices Ahead

NASA's Leader, a Man of Logic, Faces Decisions Enmeshed in Another Realm: Politics, NY Times

"Though they have avoided discussing it in these terms, Dr. Griffin and the Bush White House that installed him are headed to a decision that can hardly be called easy: whether to invest millions more in new fixes to an accident-prone fleet of vehicles scheduled for permanent retirement in 2010, or to put the space shuttles into mothballs ahead of schedule."

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