NASA May Or May Not Be Working With Ireland

Updated: NASA research alliance with Ireland: no announcement due this week, Silicon Republic

"While reports had been circulating in the media today claiming that space agency NASA had selected Ireland as its first international research partner, it appears that NASA is not set to make an official announcement on this scientific alliance this week."

US space agency Nasa selects Republic as first international research partner, Irish Times

"Following two years of negotiations, the initiative will be officially announced tomorrow at Trinity College by Nasa administrator Gen Charles Bolden. Tim Quigley, a retired naval officer and former commander of Moffet Airfield at the Ames base in California, was the go-between who pushed to ensure that this State leads the project."

U.S. Embassy in Dublin Tweets: #AskCharlie A Question, earlier post

"NASA PAO says that Bolden is "in the UK now for Farnborough and is going [to Ireland] tomorrow."

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