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Retired Air Force Maj. Gen.  J. Scott Gration, one of President-elect Barack Obama’s top military advisers, is said to be the pick to lead NASA. Our colleagues at Space News were the first to report the story yesterday.

Gration is a decorated fighter pilot and held senior policy positions in the military, but does not have a space background, according to Space News.

No word on whether current NASA administrator Mike Griffin’s wife has ended her campaign to convince Obama her husband should stay.

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