Bob Edwards Talks With John Pike, Head Of Space Policy

at the Federation of American Scientists, about delays in constructing the international space station. The station is scheduled to be completed in four or five years, he says expect it to be six or seven. Astronaut experience on the station is considered crucial for later trips back to the moon or to Mars.



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