CAPE CANAVERAL—The management shakeup that sidelined longtime human spaceflight chief Bill Gerstenmaier and his deputy, Bill Hill, is intended to usher in a new way of doing business at NASA that includes setting and implementing realistic budgets and schedules necessary to land on the Moon in 2024, Administrator Jim Bridenstine said in a July 12 interview with Aerospace DAILY.  In addition to replacing Gerstenmaier and Hill, Bridenstine intends to create a new management ...

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