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[i]CNN has learned the decision for who gets to go to the moon will be made by three key people at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, where every US astronaut has lived and trained since 1961.
The first person in the decision process is the chief astronaut, a role currently filled on an acting basis by Wiseman's deputy, Drew Feustel. Sources told CNN that the chief, whether it's Feustel or someone else, will take their initial recommendations to the head of the Flight Operations Directorate, Norm Knight, and then on to the director of Johnson Space Center, Vanessa Wyche, who is responsible for signing off on the final four selections.[/i]
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