In-Flight Astronaut Interview/New Computer Chips

Guest: David Wolf NASA Astronaut Houston, Texas Wendy Lawrence NASA Astronaut Houston, Texas Vladimir Titov Russian Cosmonaut Randy Isaac Vice President, Systems Technology and Science IBM Research Yorktown Heights, New York If all goes as planned, the space shuttle Atlantis will soon be heading toward Mir, bringing up water, a new computer, and a replacement for Michael Foale: astronaut David Wolf. This hour, we'll talk to David Wolf and other shuttle astronauts in a live, in-flight interview. Plus, we'll hear about the latest advances in computer chip technology, and what it means for your desktop.

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