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NASA has posted great images of crews exploring Mars. Now? NASA is consistently saying it plans to send crews to Mars. Does it plan to do so alone? With other agencies? What role will private firms play? NASA's Deputy Administrator, Dava Newman, answered these questions in an exclusive interview with SpaceFlight Insider.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — NASA's Deputy Administrator, Dava Newman, toured the space agency's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC ) located in Huntsville, Alabama. While there, she, along with other NASA officials, reviewed the National Center for Advanced Manufacturing Composites Technology Center and the systems being utilized there.
Dava Newman began her official duties as NASA’s new deputy administrator on Monday, May 18, at the agency’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. The deputy administrator position has been vacant since Lori Garver left NASA in September 2013. Newman was nominated by President Obama in January, confirmed by the Senate in April, and sworn in on Friday, May 15.