Robert Lightfoot, NASA’s longest-serving acting administrator and a force in advancing spacecraft propulsion, will receive the 2018 National Space Trophy in April. Lightfoot, who has served as the agency’s top executive since January 2017, joined NASA in 1989 at Marshall Space Flight Center, where he started his career as a test engineer and program manager. Lightfoot was nominated by several NASA center directors for his “continued extraordinary accomplishments toward ...

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