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Vote for your favorite NASA accomplishment in 2009!
NASA asks you to vote on your favorite accomplishment made by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration during the year of 2009.
Background on the various accomplishments of NASA throughout 2009 is featured on the NASA article: “NASA Year in Review 2009”
Once looking over the various short articles on the listed accomplishments of NASA in the article “NASA Year in Review 2009,” please go to the website “What Do You Think?” to cast your vote.
On the website “NASA Year in Review 2009” you’ll find the following accomplishments made by NASA during 2009. They are:
• “New Leadership Team Takes the Reins at NASA” — Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. takes over as NASA Administration and Lori Beth Garver takes over as Deputy Administrator. Both administrators are vital to NASA's future as the space agency expands its programs throughout the Solar System and beyond.
• “Venerable Hubble Keeps Opening New Doors on the Universe” — The Hubble Space Telescope is refurbished once again by NASA astronauts (in September) and produces new, stunning pictures of our Universe. What will Hubble tell is over the next five years?
• “Experimental Rocket Offers Options for Future Space Vehicles” — The new NASA rocket, the Ares I-X, lifts off on October 28 for its first flight in a series of tests, with the hope of providing safe and reliable launch support to the new manned NASA Constellation project. Will Ares get off the ground, or will NASA take another direction is launching cargo and humans into space?
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