NASA chief Bolden On Shuttle Retirement and Human Spaceflight Project Office

Written by TODD HALVORSON
FLORIDA TODAY

NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden said Thursday that he would decide by this spring where to roost the agency’s three shuttle orbiters in retirement.  He’s not saying yet whether one of the winged spaceships would remain at its Kennedy Space Center homeport. But in an interview with FLORIDA TODAY’s editorial board, Bolden did have good news for the Space Coast.

He said he planned to formally announce “within the next few weeks, if not days” that KSC will be the home of the NASA office that oversees the development and operation of commercial space taxis. To read more or watch video

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