President Bush Announces Space Exploration Goals
Glenn Mahone/Bob Jacobs|
January 13, 2004
NOTE TO EDITORS
President George W. Bush joins NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe Wednesday afternoon to announce the space exploration objectives for the agency.
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