Norm Augustine to Head Review of United States Human Space Flight Plans Committee

Former Lockheed Martin President and CEO Norm Augustine will head the Review of United States Human Space Flight Plans Committee, convened by the White House to review NASA’s human space program for the Moon, Mars, and beyond. NASA plans to retire its Space Shuttle fleet after seven more missions to complete the $100 billion International Space Station next year, and it plans to develop new vehicles that can travel to the space station as well as to the moon and other destinations in the solar system.

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