President Obama’s long-term plan for human spaceflight will have an asterisk next to it until the end of the summer at the earliest, while a panel headed by former Lockheed Martin CEO Norman Augustine reviews it at the request of the White House. Augustine, the 73-year-old former CEO of Lockheed Martin, will lead a mixed panel of NASA insiders and outside experts to review the Bush-era “Vision for Space Exploration” adopted after the Columbia accident in 2003. Among topics to be ...

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