The director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama is retiring.
Marshall officers say Todd May introduced his retirement to staff on the Huntsville facility on Monday. It takes impact July 27.
A press release from Rep. Mo Brooks of Huntsville says May is being changed on an appearing foundation by Marshall’s deputy director, Joan A. “Jody” Singer.
May was first named appearing director of Marshall in 2015 after which took over the place on a everlasting foundation. Before that, the Fairhope native managed the Space Launch System, NASA’s heavy-lift rocket that is nonetheless in improvement.
Marshall is NASA’s chief heart for rocket propulsion. It has greater than 6,000 authorities and contractor staff in north Alabama and at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans.