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Space / Virgin Spacecraft Explosion #1081725

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Nov 01, 2014
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(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) The deadly crash of a Virgin Galactic commercial spacecraft in California’s Mojave Desert introduced.

(Mojave Desert: Stephanie Elam) The impact of the crash on Virgin Galactic owner Richard Branson’s plans for space tourism featured; scenes shown of the wreckage. [BRANSON – says we are determined to learn from this and move forward together.] The NTSB’s timeline for the investigation discussed.

(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) Live discussion held with CNN aviation analyst Miles O’Brien and CNN correspondent Rachel Crane† on the future of space tourism. [O’BRIEN, CRANE – express views on commercial space travel, the experience for passengers, the NTSB’s investigation, and Branson’s plans for a flight next year.]

Reporter(s):
Feyerick, Deborah;
Elam, Stephanie
Duration:
00:07:30

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