The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee has voted 14-13 along party lines to advance Rep. Jim Bridenstine’s nomination as the next NASA administrator to the full Senate. If confirmed, the three-term Oklahoma Republican would oversee the 18,000-member civilian space agency as it prepares to return humans to deep space and bolster commercial enterprise beyond Earth. Bridenstine’s nomination is now pending before the full Senate. Fellow Oklahoman Sen. Jim Inhofe ...

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