Together, the five previous NASA administrators who gathered at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Space conference in Orlando, Florida, last month guided the agency through some of its darkest days and greatest challenges: returning to flight after Challenger, partnering with Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union, the Columbia accident and the end of the space shuttles and two failed efforts to resume human expeditions to the Moon.  But the biggest hurdle for ...

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