Johnson Space Center director concerned about future of facility

02/9/2010 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

In his first public comments since the announcement of President Barack Obama's proposal to end NASA's moon program, the director of the Johnson Space Center in Houston said he was "very anxious" about the future of the facility. As many as 7,000 people work under the shuttle and Constellation lunar programs, and director Mike Coats said he couldn't promise that all of the jobs would be replaced.

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