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SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS DELAYED
Shuttle Program Manager Wayne Hale speaks as Deupty Orbiter Project Manager Wayne Hale and Weather Officer Lt. Col. Patrick Barrett (L to R) listen during a NASA briefing to discuss the problem with a fuel cell which delayed the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on September 6, 2006. Atlantis' mission STS-115, a construction mission to the International Space Station, is delayed until at least Friday while NASA diagnoses the problem. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
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N. Wayne Hale Jr. (July 5, 1954) is a NASA engineer. A former flight director and space shuttle program manager, Hale now serves as NASA's Deputy Associate Administrator for Strategic Partnerships.

Born in Clovis, New Mexico, Hale earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University in 1976, and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University in 1978.

Hale began his career with NASA in 1978 as a propulsion officer in the Propulsion Systems Section, Flight Control Division of Flight Operations at the Johnson Space Center.

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