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In Depth (Space Program) #720982

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 2003
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(Johnson Space Center: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Robert Bazell) The future for the space program examined following the breakup of the space shuttle Columbia during re-entry; details given of the constant budget pressure on NASA, which may threaten safety. [On "Meet the Press," NASA administrator Sean O'KEEFE†- says we will support the dream.] [University of Maryland professor Robert PARK†- says the science in space is not terribly important.] [Former space shuttle Columbia pilot Guy GARDNER†- cites the problems of dealing with aging equipment.]

Williams, Brian;
Bazell, Robert

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