NASA’s Charles Bolden Answers Questions at the Agency Heads Plenary of the 61st International Astronautical Congress

By Marc Boucher
September 27, 2010
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Below are the four questions in which NASA Administrator Charles Bolden answered questions from the moderator and the audience.

The question context is in reference to a statement that Bolden made earlier this in which he said NASA would work towards getting humans to Mars not in months but weeks.

In this next question the context is in regards to using “cheaper” commercial access providers.

In this question Bolden answers the question of adding new partners for the International Space Station and partnering with China.

In the final question Bolden discusses NASA’s growing spending and commitment to environmental issues.

More video from other agency heads will be available soon.

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