Space Shuttle Successor

Host Renee Montagne discusses the next generation of the space shuttle with Jim Asker, Washington Bureau Chief of Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine. The shuttle successor is called the X-33 and is being built by Lockheed Martin. It begins suborbital test flights next summer.

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