Speculation continues to swirl on Bolden appointment

05/19/2009 | MSNBC

President Barack Obama was expected to meet Tuesday morning with former astronaut Charles Bolden, his reported choice for NASA administrator. Originally scheduled for Monday, the meeting was pushed back due to talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. With an outside review scheduled for NASA's next-generation Constellation program, some have speculated Bolden may have to sit out the decision on a space shuttle replacement due to his past relationships with several contractors that stand to profit from the new spacecraft.

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