Outraged lawmakers on Capitol Hill expressed "great concern" Wednesday after NASA reassigned the head of its Constellation moon program. Jeff Hanley, a staunch defender of Constellation who opposed administration efforts to shut the program down, was moved to a deputy position at Johnson Space Center. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said the move was necessary because Hanley had become "the focus of attention" and was "conflicted" over the administration's updated mission for NASA.

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