Guests: STORY MUSGRAVE, M.D.
Former Shuttle Astronaut, NASA
Lexington, Kentucky DAN DUMBACHER
Manager, Second Generation Reusable Launch Vehicle Program
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville, Alabama JIM MUNCY
Independent Space Policy Consultant
Alexandria, Virginia Twenty years ago, Thursday, the Space Shuttle Columbia launched from Florida's Kennedy Space Center and orbited the Earth thirty-six times--the first shuttle launch. In this hour, we'll take a look back at what twenty years of shuttle flights accomplished, and a look ahead to what might replace the shuttle: the next reusuable launcher.
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