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Space: Shuttle Columbia / The Tragedy / Sensenbrenner Interview #721021

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 2003
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(Houston: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Representative James Sensenbrenner†, who oversaw the Challenger investigation 17 years ago, about what information the investigators are looking for. [In Milwaukee, SENSENBRENNER – says there needs to be an outside review board to oversee the NASA investigation to tell us what changes need to be made; states the next stage of space exploration needs to be decided right now; comments on the responsibility of Congress for funding the shuttle program; says we need greater emphasis on scientific experimentation in space.]

Brown, Aaron

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