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Space: Flight / Spacex #743787

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 07, 2003
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The anniversary of the last manned flight to the moon in 1972 reported; photo shown.

(El Segundo, California: Ned Potter) The views of Spacex founder CEO Elon Musk† on the future of space travel presented; scenes shown from the moon in 1972; scenes shown from the Spacex workshop in California. [MUSK - says he can launch a satellite for only six million dollars.] [Spacex propulsion vice president Tom MUELLER†- says he wants a huge business.] [Orbital Sciences Corp. vice president Michael GRIFFIN†- says their success could be profound.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Potter, Ned

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