We are going forward on a day by day basisDiscovery launch delayed indefinitely Jul 15, 2005
Everyone's reaction is, you have all these cameras, then ... 15 minutes after launch you ought to be able to tell us what the story isSpy satellites to monitor shuttle liftoff Jul 11, 2005
It would be a terrible dishonor to their memory to give up and not go forwardColumbia commander's wife concerned Feb 01, 2005
One of the things that we train flight controllers to do is to be very tough, to look at all the decisions that are being made, challenge them if they are inappropriate ... or inaccurate from an engineering standpointFeature: NASA official defends colleagues Mar 06, 2003
In stark contrast to the international cooperation and unity in our efforts to take mankind literally to the stars, we're reminded of our loss and sorrow due to the acts of violence and terror in an unprecedented attack on freedom, democracy and civilization itselfWorld, US remember terrorist attacks Dec 11, 2001
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.