A NASA Legend Dies And A Protege Is Sidelined

Credit: NASA
Christopher Kraft, architect and founding father of NASA’s human spaceflight mission operations, wore the cloak of leadership with a grace born of competency and skill. Kraft, who died July 22 at the age of 95, practiced the methodical, coolheaded thinking that not only contributed to the agency’s...

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