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Hubble
The Hubble Space Telescope was out last year, but is apparently back in this year at NASA. (credit: NASA)

What’s in and out in space

A lot of things are going on in the space field right now: regime change, chaos, budgeting. You know, the usual. So even though it’s smack dab in the middle of the year, it seems like a perfectly good time for the first annual Space Review list of what’s hip, what’s hot, and what’s not this year compared to the last. We’d stick around and explain it all to you, but who has that kind of time?

In

Out

Mike GriffinSean O’Keefe
Space GeeksBean Counters
ImpatienceFinancial Management
Pink Slips for ManagementTransformation
Faster, Better, CheaperSystem of Systems
Scientific and Technical CompetenceBehavioral Sciences Technology
Phased DevelopmentSpirals
The CentersOne NASA
MarshallLangley
Cozying up to CongressCozying up to the White House
LeaksNASA Watch
Big University SalariesBig University Settlements
Retired Brigadier GeneralsRetired Rear Admirals
Code TESMD
MROMER (or not)
ISSSS1
JunoJIMO
HLLVEELV
KliperATV
CEVSLI
PA&EAPIO
The Indian Space ProgramThe Chinese Space Program
t/SpaceRotary Rocket, LunaCorp
Eric AndersonWalt Anderson
Flying Greg OlsenGrounding Greg Olsen
Canadian ArrowMirCorp
ITARThe World
Space RadarSpace Based Radar
Space WeaponizationStar Wars, Episode III
HubbleJWST
The MoonThe Earth
ShuttleShuttle

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