The UK's 164-year old current affairs magazine The Economist is so sure Hillary Rodham Clinton will become the 44th president of the United States in the 6 October issue it describes the presidency as hers "to lose".
So NASA administrator Michael Griffin, and maybe a few more of you out there, might be interested in Jeff Foust's Space Politics blog post about Hillary's intentions regarding the return to the Moon Constellation programme.
Quoting a New York Times article it turns out that Hillary clarifed her Moon position after her Sputnik anniversary science policy speech and made it clear aeronautics and climate change related science would win out over Constellation.
Why I am now not surprised? Read my blog from February this year when I sort of predicted this.