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Space: Bass in Flight #705695

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 17, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Miles O'Brien) Plans for In Sync singer Lance Bass to fly to the International Space Station featured; details given of the deal backed by MTV, which will air an eight-part TV series. [Destiny Productions David KRIEFF†- says we signed a deal with the Russian space agency & the TV show will be the ultimate reality show.] [RSC Energia Alexander DERECHIN†- says he though it was a stupid idea, but it will bring in money.] [Radio Shack Jim McDONALD†- says this candidate can engage viewers.] The private grumbling from NASA about a teenage heartthrob going into space discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
O'Brien, Miles

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