|NASA Deputy Admin Lori Garver inside Bigelow mockup|
In other space news (what was my top space news until I heard this), NASA's looking at undocking a Progress vehicle during the STS-133 flight (which is at the pad and on-schedule for Feb 24th) to get some images of all the ISS access vehicle docked at once in sort of a "family portrait" of ISS, Shuttle, ATV, HTV, Soyuz, and Progress. They did something similar during Mir for the famous image below, and I know that I'm not the only one that would love to see something similar for ISS.
In things a little closer to Earth, the AIAA DBF plane is coming along on schedule. We put together a prototype of the wing connections, and the real wings are only a few days away from being cut, so that's coming along. The fuselage is being troublesome, but I feel confident we'll get it nailed down on time. Even if we don't we're still well ahead of where we were last year at this time, and I feel confident both that the plane will come together and that when we take it to competition, we'll do well.