CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 03, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Shuttle Atlantis reported preparing for mission in November Backlog of space projects discussed; Project Galileo mentioned. Galileo noted to explore Jupiter in 1989; illustration of Galileo's mission shown. [Galileo project manager Richard SPEHALSKI - comments on delays.] Telescope that will give scientists better view of stars discussed. [Ex-Air Force Secretary Robert SEAMANS - comments.] Lack of formal space policy noted. [Martin Marietta Space Systems spokesperson Richard DAVIS - comments on situation.] [Ex- Apollo astronaut Michael COLLINS - compares space exploration to practice of medicine.]
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