People: Penn State Astronomer Is Named Chief Scientist At NASA

At NASA At NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration administrator Daniel Goldin has appointed Pennylvania State University astrophysicist France Cordova to become the agency's chief scientist, effective sometime this month. According to NASA, Cordova will be the administrator's senior scientific adviser and will serve as the principal liaison between the agency and the national and international science community and the general public. Cordova, 46, who has been the head of Penn Sta

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