NASA's Bolden accuses critics of 'undermining' American space program
During a speech at the National Press Club, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden suggested that critics who suggest that the space agency has no plans for deep space exploration are undermining the space program.
“NASA Administrator Charles Bolden dismissed rumors that the future of U.S. space exploration is in jeopardy and rejected speculation that his agency has no plans for future human spaceflight.
“’Those who perpetuate that myth only hurt the space program,’ Bolden told businessmen, academics and journalists Tuesday afternoon at the National Press Club.
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