SLS and Orion: June 2006 Archives

Constellation Updates

NASA details exploration plans, Orlando Sentinel

"The Kennedy Space Center will manage launches and landings for a new generation of spacecraft that will travel to the moon and beyond, NASA announced Monday."

Ohio, Ala. to play bigger roles for NASA, AP

"They really have got to learn how to do this cheap," said American University public policy professor Howard McCurdy, who has written several books about the space agency. "That's the big challenge. In 1960, the challenge was how to do it fast. Now the trick is to do it cheap."

NASA Glenn To Gain Jobs With New Work Assignments

"NASA Glenn provides a vital component for both NASA and greater Northeast Ohio, and I will continue to work to secure the vision for NASA Glenn's long-term growth," said Voinovich."

NASA Glenn wins lead role in spacecraft project, AP

"NASA Glenn Research Center, which has lost hundreds of jobs in recent years, will have a lead role in developing the spacecraft that will fulfill President Bush's goal of returning to the moon."

NASA Ames Reveals Tasks for New Spaceship Development

"Our history of innovation and our prime location in Silicon Valley will enhance our ability to deliver the cutting-edge technology NASA needs to implement the Vision for Space Exploration," Worden added."

AFEU concerned for health of Ames Research Center

"More importantly, the current assignments do little to keep NASA's Scientific Research and Technology Development capabilities healthy at Ames, or JPL, Glenn, Marshall, Goddard, and Langley for that matter. We are, however, pleased that Administrator Griffin said that Science will be incorporated in the Constellation plan 'when the Scientists say so'. We look forward to that happening soon, before NASA's in-house Science and Technology capabilities are allowed to atrophy."



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