Pam Melroy Confirmed by Senate as NASA Deputy Administrator

Pam Melroy

Pam Melroy, seated in forward station of a T-38 jet trainer in 2000 prior to joining other astronauts to train for a mission to the International Space Station. Credit: NASA Johnson

The following are statements from Pam Melroy and NASA Administrator Bill Nelson on Thursday’s U.S. Senate confirmation of Melroy as deputy administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration:

“It’s an honor to be confirmed by the Senate to serve as NASA Deputy Administrator, and I am humbled by President Biden and Vice President Harris’ confidence in me,” Melroy said. “I look forward to returning to the NASA family and working with Administrator Nelson to ensure the United States continues to lead in space and beyond – exploring the wonders of the universe, expanding the Earth science research critical to combatting climate change, unlocking scientific discoveries that will change the world as we know it, and inspiring the next generation of discoverers and dreamers.”

“Pam is a pioneer and veteran of NASA, and will be an outstanding leader as we venture farther out to the stars,” said Nelson. “We certainly are lucky to have her on board, and I look forward to leading NASA with her as a team.”

1 Comment on "Pam Melroy Confirmed by Senate as NASA Deputy Administrator"

  1. … if electrons can move only in certain orbits, wouldn’t that law be in space scale too.
    The point would be:” is that a reason why the Saturn has the rings it has?”… and some other places you have some granulation in the rings…

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