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Focus (Space: NASA's Future) #600830

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 24, 1994
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Report introduced.

(Cape Canaveral: Jay Barbree) The future of the United States space program examined 25 years after man first walked on the moon; pictures of Mars shown while the elements of that planet are reviewed. The role of space shuttle in exploring the solar system explained; Boeing Company animation shown. [Former astronaut Gene CERNAN - hopes for a space constituency in Congress.] [Vice President Al GORE - comments on space exploration.] [NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) space lab engineer Todd ARNOLD, shuttle engineer Karen CORNE - comment.]

Barbree, Jay;
Curry, Ann

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