NASA’s acting administrator to retire without a successor

 The acting head of NASA is stepping down on April 30. Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. told the space agency on Monday in an email where he says its with “bittersweet feelings” he’s going to retire after 28 years at NASA. A clear successor to chief has not yet named and NASA’s number two position as deputy administrator is also vacant as the Trump administrator has yet to… Read More

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