Arthur E. (Gene) Goldman, acting director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, will leave the space agency to become head of Aerojet’s Southeast Space Operations. Robin Henderson, associate director at Marshall, will assume the acting center-director’s role in the absence of Robert Lightfoot, who is serving as acting associate administrator at NASA headquarters. Goldman, who has spent 22 years at the Alabama field center, will retire from NASA Aug. 3. In his new private-sector ...


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