CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 20, 1997
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) The disappointment for Michael Foale, who will not work on the Russian space station Mir repair mission, noted.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The growing call to include civilians in future space missions featured; scenes shown of the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger carrying civilian Christa McAuliffe. [January 26, 1986, President Ronald REAGAN - promises more civilians in space.] [Two PEOPLE, Senator John GLENN, former astronaut retired Admiral Richard TRULY, writer Mark HELPRIN - back a civilian role in space.]
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