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Bill Nelson sworn in as NASA Administrator

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Vice President Kamala Harris’ first act as Chair of the National Space Council was swearing in Bill Nelson as the NASA Administrator Monday morning, reports News 6 partner Florida Today.

Nelson was surrounded by his wife and children and used a family bible for the swearing in ceremony. Also in attendance was former NASA Administrator under Barack Obama, Charlie Bolden and Pam Melroy, the current nominee for Deputy NASA Administrator.

Former administrator under Donald Trump, Jim Bridenstine attended virtually. [TRENDING: 16-year-old girl killed in Orlando shooting | Dolphin gets front-row seat for astronauts’ splashdown | 7 ways to pamper mom] Nelson said he wanted both previous administrators there “to show the continuity and

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