NASA Chief Works To End Political Divide

Bill Ingalls
Vice President Mike Pence, left, accompanied Bridenstine to the administrator’s new office at NASA headquarters in April 2018.
Credit: Bill Ingalls/NASA
It is ironic—or perhaps totally apropos—that the first politician to serve as NASA administrator puts the highest emphasis on bridging partisan divides, especially when it comes to space. “When I think back to my days in the [U.S.] House of Representatives . . . I remember being on the Science...

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