NASA Chief to Take Post at Louisiana State

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NASA's top administrator, Sean O'Keefe, is expected to leave the agency to become chancellor at Louisiana State University's main campus. His departure comes as NASA faces a grounded shuttle program and the uncertain future of the Hubble telescope. Hear NPR's David Kestenbaum.

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