International Space Station

Guests: Marcia Smith Specialist in Aerospace Policy, Congressional Research Service Library of Congress Washington, D.C. Robert Park Director of the Washington D.C. Office American Physical Society Professor of Physics University of Maryland College Park, Maryland John-David Bartoe Research Manager for the International Space Station NASA's Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas It's been called the "world's biggest science project," but after 20 billion dollars and more than ten years, the future of NASA's International Space Station is still up in the air. Will bailouts make the station fly? Or are we just throwing good money after bad? In this hour, we'll have a debate on the international space station.

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