NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 24, 1970
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(Studio) NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) chief Thomas Paine says Apollo 13 trouble source easy to correct; Apollo 14 October launch may go on schedule; wiring and insulation may be trouble cause.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(DC) Congress welcomes astronauts James Lovell and John Swigert. [PAINE - foresees no more trouble; space program basically sound.] [Senator Stuart SYMINGTON - asks if United States should prepare for manned flights beyond moon.] [PAINE - says man on 1st steps of space.] [LOVELL - regrets may be too old to get to Mars.]
REPORTER: Lem Tucker
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