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Meet NASA's first female head of human spaceflight, who oversaw SpaceX's astronaut launch and will lead the US return to the moon

Business Insider Tuesday, 23 June 2020
· NASA recently appointed Kathy Lueders, an engineer who led the program that led SpaceX to launch astronauts on a commercial spaceship, to run its Human Spaceflight Office.
· Lueders is the first woman to hold the position. She's responsible for all NASA projects that involve flying astronauts to and from space.
· Her work...
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