A $1 Billion Boost For NASA, But Still No Leader

Credit: Rep. Jim Bridenstine ( R-Okla.)
CAPE CANAVERAL—The comprehensive spending bill signed by President Donald Trump on March 23 gives NASA far more than it asked for, but the U.S. space agency still lacks something money can’t buy: a new leader. NASA’s longest-serving acting administrator, Robert Lightfoot, has said his last day at...

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