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June 30, 2008

Astronaut Barbara Morgan To Leave NASA

Educator Flew On STS-118 Mission

NASA announced Monday that veteran space shuttle program astronaut Barbara R. Morgan will leave NASA in August to become an educator at Idaho's Boise State University.

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NASA Dryden Engineer And Three Others Murdered In CA

Co-Workers And Community Shocked, Investigation Continues

Authorities are holding two men and are still seeking another in connection with the murder-arson of a NASA engineer and three others early last week that shook the community surrounding NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center in Lancaster, CA.

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NASA Explores New Energy Frontier At Kennedy Space Center

Leases Land For Solar Power Generating Station

NASA and the Florida's largest electric utility, Florida Power & Light, signed an agreement June 24 at Florida Governor Charlie Crist's global climate change summit in Miami, to provide residents with a new source of so-called "green power." The agreement is part of a new initiative that will cut reliance on fossil fuels and improve the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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FAA Technical Center Celebrates 50 Years

Center Played Key Role In ATC Modernization, Aviation Safety

The Federal Aviation Administration’s William J. Hughes Technical Center will celebrate its Golden anniversary of 50 years on July 1 with a ceremony at its Atlantic City International Airport facilities in New Jersey.

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