APR 08, 2015 9:24 PM PDT

State Of NASA

WRITTEN BY: Andrew J. Dunlop
NASA's current capsules: NASA's Orion, SpaceX Dragon and Boeing CST-100 spacecraft.

In the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building high bay at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden delivers a "state of the agency" address on Feb. 2, 2015 at NASA's televised fiscal year 2016 budget rollout event with Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana looking on, at right. Representatives from the Kennedy workforce, news media and social media were in attendance. NASA's Orion, SpaceX Dragon and Boeing CST-100 spacecraft, all destined to play a role in NASA's overall exploration objectives, were on display.
About the Author
Andrew J. Dunlop lives and writes in a little town near Boston. He's interested in space, the Earth, and the way that humans and other species live on it.
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