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Space: International Space Station / US-Russia Partnership #194352

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 10, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) The docking of the Atlantis space shuttle at the international space station shown.

(Moscow: Mike Lee) The importance of the joint US-Russia mission at the space station featured; scenes shown from a NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) monitoring station in Moscow. [Space researcher Nicolai ANFIMOV - (thru translator) comments on Russian space experience.] [Federation of American Scientists John PIKE - backs the foreign policy decision to support the Russian scientists; says NASA's existence depends upon the space program and space station.]

Lee, Mike;
Simpson, Carole

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