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Space: SpaceX Launch & Mission #1135255

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 02, 2019
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(Cape Canaveral, Florida: Mark Strassmann) The launch of a SpaceX-NASA rocket to the International Space Station featured; scenes shown from Cape Canaveral, Florida, of the launch; details given of the mission for the Dragon capsule, including the potential for manned flight, the role of "smart" dummy Ripley. [SpaceX CEO Elon MUSK†- cites the stress.] [NASA administrator Jim BRIDENSTINE - calls this a new era in space flight.] [NASA astronauts Bob BEHNKEN†, Doug HURLEY†- speak of the future.]

Reporter(s):
Ninan, Reena;
Strassmann, Mark
Duration:
00:02:30

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