CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 21, 2011
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(Moscow: Elizabeth Palmer) How the US must rely on Russia's Soyuz for transportation to space now that NASA’s shuttle program has ended featured; details given about the competition between the US and the Soviet Union and the cost for Americans to ride; scenes shown of Russia’s special training pool. [Astronaut Cady COLEMAN- says we couldn’t have a more dependable alternative.] [US space program manager Mark POLANSKY- reacts to living with his family in Russia after being a fighter pilot during the Cold War.] [Gagarin Training Center deputy chief Oleg KOTOV- responds to American resentment.]
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