Jeff Greason

President, XCOR Aerospace

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President of XCOR Aerospace, he served on the Augustine Panel, the White House advisory committee on the Future of the US space flight

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George W.

Obama's Vision for US Space Exploration

George W.

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George W. Bush cancelled the Space Shuttle program. Now Barack Obama wants to cancel Bush's plan for going back to the Moon, at least for the moment.

Obama's Vision for US Space Exploration

George W. Bush cancelled the Space Shuttle program. Now Barack Obama wants to cancel Bush's plan for going back to the Moon, at least for the moment.

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