1. NASA shakes up exploration leadership  SpaceNews
  2. NASA fires top official over moon 2024  Quartz
  3. Major shuffle at Nasa in rush to meet Trump's 2024 moon deadline  Times of India
  4. NASA shake-up in new race to the moon  Reuters
  5. Head of NASA’s human exploration program demoted as agency pushes for Moon return  The Verge
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NASA's glue guy is gone.NASA's glue guy is gone.

NASA has replaced the head of its human space exploration directorate in a major shake-up, US media reported Wednesday, as the agency scrambles to meet President Donald Trump's ambitious deadline to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.NASA has replaced the head of its human space exploration directorate in a major shake-up, US media reported Wednesday, as the agency scrambles to meet President Donald Trump's ambitious deadline to return astronauts to the moon by 2024.

Major shuffle at NASA in rush to meet Trump's moon deadline

NASA's directive to put astronauts on the moon has some experts sensing doom for the long-planned Gateway project—here’s why it could be a blessing in disguise.NASA's directive to put astronauts on the moon has some experts sensing doom for the long-planned Gateway project—here’s why it could be a blessing in disguise.

NASA: Lunar 'Gateway' Is Still Our Best Bet for Putting Boots on the Moon

No astronauts will be on board for the Saturday launch, but the capsule could carry crew to the space station later in the year.No astronauts will be on board for the Saturday launch, but the capsule could carry crew to the space station later in the year.

“Thrilled to have the support of #TX12’s @RepKayGranger for the #Artemis program that will send the first woman to the Moon! Rep. Granger also expressed her support for a US strategic presence on the Moon.”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "Thrilled to have the support of #TX12’s @RepKayGranger for the #Artemis program that will send the first woman to the Moon! Rep. Granger also expressed her support for a US strategic presence on the Moon.… https://t.co/j7wnd4oec8"

“I enjoyed spending time with Senator @ChrisVanHollen today. We discussed the important work @NASA is doing in science and exploration, including our plans to send the first woman and the next man to the Moon under #Artemis. Thank you, Senator, for your tireless support of NASA!”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "I enjoyed spending time with Senator @ChrisVanHollen today. We discussed the important work @NASA is doing in science and exploration, including our plans to send the first woman and the next man to the Moon under #Artemis. Thank you, Senator, for your tireless support of NASA!… https://t.co/QKfPkELNW4"

Having served at the agency since 1977, Gerstenmaier had been in charge of some of NASA’s most high-profile programs and is known as a steady and methodical force.Having served at the agency since 1977, Gerstenmaier had been in charge of some of NASA’s most high-profile programs and is known as a steady and methodical force.

Shakeup at NASA as space agency scrambles to meet Trump moon mandate - The Boston Globe

NASA is aiming to put the first woman on the moon by 2024 — and Amelia Gillespie already has plans to be the first woman on Mars.NASA is aiming to put the first woman on the moon by 2024 — and Amelia Gillespie already has plans to be the first woman on Mars.

Ted Cruz calls for 'bold vision' for future space exploration at Senate hearing - Washington Times

NASA has replaced the head of its human space exploration directorate in a major shake-up, US media reported Wednesday, as the agency scrambles to meet President Donald Trump’s ambitious deadline to return astronauts to the moon by 2024. The project — named Artemis — would be the first attempt to return humans to the lunar […]

Major shuffle at NASA in rush to meet Trump’s moon deadline – Raw Story

The head of NASA’s human exploration program, William Gerstenmaier, has been replaced within the agency, just months after Vice President Mike Pence challenged NASA to send humans to the Moon within the next five years. The move is the latest in a couple of high-profile executive changes NASA has made in recent months as the agency strives to return humans to the lunar surface.William Gerstenmaier is no longer leading the way.

Head of NASA’s human exploration program demoted as agency pushes for Moon return - The Verge

As NASA scrambles to meet U.S. President Donald Trump's mandate to return humans to the moon by 2024, two longtime heads of NASA's human exploration wing were demoted Wednesday in a slew of administrative shakeups, officials said in an internal memo.As NASA scrambles to meet U.S. President Donald Trump's mandate to return h...

NASA shake-up in new race to the moon - Reuters

US News: Nasa has replaced the head of its human space exploration directorate in a major shake-up, US media reported, as the agency scrambles to meet PresidenUS News: Nasa has replaced the head of its human space exploration directorate in a major shake-up, US media reported, as the agency scrambles to meet Presiden

Major shuffle at Nasa in rush to meet Trump's 2024 moon deadline - Times of India

In a move that took most in the space industry by surprise, NASA has reassigned two top officials in its exploration program, including Bill Gerstenmaier.In a move that took most in the space industry by surprise, NASA has reassigned two top officials in its exploration program, including Bill Gerstenmaier.

NASA shakes up exploration leadership - SpaceNews.com

NASA is experiencing a shake-up, as evidenced by the recent announcement that two longtime program leaders have been demoted.

Two NASA Heads Demoted, Possibly as Part of a Shake-Up to Get Back to the Moon. - Universe Today

William Gerstenmaier, head of the agency's human exploration office, has been demoted.William Gerstenmaier, head of the agency's human exploration office, has been demoted.

NASA replaces key administrator amid push to return to moon - CNET

NASA shakes up moon program management – Spaceflight Now

Several experts believe that NASA will not be able to land on the moon within the deadline set by president Donald TrumpSeveral experts believe that NASA will not be able to land on the moon within the deadline set by president Donald Trump

Lunar mission dilemma: Head of NASA's human exploration project demoted

Tech Talk: NASA shake up in new race to the moon

By Joey Roulette ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - As NASA scrambles to meet U.S. President Donald Trump's mandate to return humans to the moon by 2024, ...By Joey Roulette ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - As NASA scrambles to meet U.S. President Donald Trump's mandate to return humans to the moon by ...

NASA shake up in new race to the moon - SWI swissinfo.ch