Space Conference Called "Constructive," "Productive"
Moderators of the "Conference on the American Space Program for the 21st Century" hosted by NASA at the Kennedy Space Center on Apr. 15 agreed that their panel discussions proved productive and worthwhile. Each of the four concurrent sessions focused on a different aspect of President Obama's fiscal year 2011budget request for NASA. Serving as moderators were John Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy ("Expanding our Reach into the Solar System"); NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver ("Harnessing Space to Expand Economic Opportunity"); Norm Augustine, chair, Review of U.S. Human Spaceflight Plans Committee ("Jumpstarting the New Technologies to Take Us Beyond"); and journalist and NASA Advisory Council member Miles OBrien ("Increasing Access to and Utilization of the International Space Station"). Their remarks came during a conference wrap-up hosted by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. (Details at: www.nasa.gov)
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