08.05.05 - "We are at the dawn of this enterprise, not its maturity."› View Transcript (66 Kb PDF)
07.29.05 - "The engineering work we did on the external tank has reduced scarring on the Orbiter by a factor of about 6."› View Transcript (57 Kb PDF)
07.13.05 - The launch of STS-114 will culminate two and a half years of dedicated work to make the Space Shuttle program stronger and safer.› View Statement (10 Kb PDF)
06.28.05 - "Following a safe return to flight, we will turn our sights to the construction of the International Space Station and, after its completion, the retirement of the Space Shuttle by 2010."› View Statement (44 Kb PDF)
06.21.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin spoke before the Space Transportation Association on NASA's Vision.› Statement (61 Kb PDF)
06.06.05 - "This kind of personalized air travel could dramatically change how we live, how we work, and how we play."
05.18.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin testifies about the future of the Space Shuttle and development of the Crew Exploration Vehicle before the Science and Space Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.› Statement (490Kb PDF)
05.12.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin testifies before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice and Science.› Statement (96 K PDF)
05.03.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin speaks about Return to Flight, NASA Culture and the Vision for Space Exploration.
04.29.05 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and Space Operations AA William F. Readdy discuss the shift to the July launch window for STS-114.
04.19.05 - Mike Griffin addresses reporters for the first time as Administrator.
04.12.05 - "In the twenty-first century and beyond, for America to continue to be preeminent among nations, it is necessary for us also to be the preeminent spacefaring nation."