House Hearing on NASA's 50th

House Committee on Science and Technology Recognizes NASA's Accomplishments on 50th Anniversary

"Today, the House Committee on Science and Technology held a hearing to celebrate the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) 50th anniversary by reviewing its accomplishments and examining its future opportunities and challenges. Committee Members questioned a distinguished panel of witnesses, including Hon. John Glenn -- the first American to orbit the Earth -- regarding the most influential factors that have shaped our nation's leadership in space and Earth science, aeronautics, and human spaceflight and exploration."

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