Space shuttle site-selection process called into question

Columbus Business First
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is calling for a federal probe into the site-selection process for awarding four retired shuttles, saying the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ignored the “interests of taxpayers” by not sending one to Dayton, the Dayton Business Journal reports.
Brown in a statement wrote that while NASA was supposed to consider regional diversity, “it looks like regional diversity amounts to which coast you are on, or which exit you use on I-95.”
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U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is calling for a federal probe into the site-selection process for awarding four retired shuttles, saying the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ignored the “interests of taxpayers” by not sending one to Dayton, the Dayton Business Journal reports.

Brown in a statement wrote that while NASA was supposed to consider regional diversity, “it looks like regional diversity amounts to which coast you are on, or which exit you use on I-95.”

To read the rest of the article, click on the source link above.

 

 

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