Discussions are underway to revive the White House National Space Council, says John P. Holdren, president Obama’s choice to oversee administration science policy. The Obama team has been looking at what the best way to resurrect the National Space Council “and I think that’s going to happen,” Holdren told the Senate Commerce Committee at his confirmation hearing Feb. 12. The nominee says the upcoming gap in U.S. human access to space is “a matter of great concern” that the ...

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