Dan Goldin's future?
> I think you both are missing Patrick's point. It is not that the report
> can't be obtained, albeit through some effort. It is that NASA's
> Administrator reneged on his word, given to a conference room full of
> space activists and entrepreneurs to make it readily available
> specifically on NASA's web site.
> Now I think that Patrick is rubbing this rhubarb in vain, but the fact
> still remains that this illustrates clearly that NASA, as lead by Dan
> Goldin has no intention of enabling mere private citizens to fly into
> space. In fact NASA is going ballistic over the Russians letting Dennis
> Tito and some 6 German's to be named later fly up to ISS aboard "their"
> Soyuzes. The nerve of them Ruskies, actually trying to make a profit in
> space. ;)
Actually, I realize Goldin didn't keep his word...but, since there's nothing
I can do about Goldin having lied when he promised to release it, I was just
focussed on getting copies of the report.
I haven't heard any speculation about George W. Bush's plans re: NASA
getting a new administrator and who that might be. Have you heard anything?
- Steve Brant