News Archive / Tagged: Bill Nelson
Artemis I Space Launch System Rollout Delayed to JanuaryScott JohnsonDecember 12th, 2021
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and SLS Program Manager John Honeycutt provide an update on Artemis 1 rollout, and RS-25 engine controller issue.
NASA leadership visits Marshall Space Flight CenterScott JohnsonDecember 6th, 2021
NASA Administrator Bill Nelson visited the Marshall Space Flight Center for an update on the center's contribution to the nation's space program.
Bill Nelson confirmed as NASA administratorCullen DesforgesApril 29th, 2021
On Thursday, April 29, 2021, the U.S. Senate confirmed Bill Nelson by unanimous consent to be the next NASA administrator.
Former Senator Bill Nelson nominated to lead NASAPress ReleaseMarch 22nd, 2021
President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate Bill Nelson to serve as National Aeronautics and Space Administration administrator.
Astronaut Mark Kelly announces bid for U.S. SenateJason RhianFebruary 12th, 2019
Four-time Space Shuttle veteran Mark Kelly let the world know on Twitter that he is going to try to join the U.S. Senate.
Will NASA’s ARM mission to an asteroid be cancelled?Bart LeahyJune 1st, 2016
While NASA’s public outreach efforts have focused primarily on going to Mars, the agency’s interim missions – robotic and crewed visits to an asteroid under the Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) – are facing opposition in Congress. What does this mean for ARM and will it be cancelled?
Gore: DSCOVR’s selfies – will be ‘EPIC’SpaceFlight InsiderFebruary 8th, 2015
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — As previously reported on SpaceFlight Insider, the primary mission of Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) is to provide early warning of dangerous solar weather. But solar winds don’t affect many of us on a day-to-day basis. Unless you are a commercial jet pilot or manage an electric utility company in the far […]