Congress: September 2006 Archives

Boehlert: NASA will try to shorten gap between manned space programs, AP

"The chairman of the House science committee says he expects NASA will be able to reduce the projected gap between the final space shuttle mission and the first flight of the next-generation Orion space exploration vehicle."

Science and NASA - Speech by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin

"Orion will not be operational until FY14, the last year allowed by Presidential policy guidance. It had been hoped by many in NASA, the White House, and Congress that we could deploy Orion as early as 2012."

Editor's note: Bill Adkins is leaving his position as Staff Director ofthe House Science Committee's Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics. Bill's new consulting firm, Adkins Strategies, LLC has a website - but it is still under construction.



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