NASA Chief to Step Down 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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NASA Chief to Take Post at Louisiana State

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NASA Chief to Take Post at Louisiana State

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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.