China Sends Man to Space State-run media in Beijing have announced that China will launch its first manned space flight on Oct. 15. Join guest host Korva Coleman for a conversation about China's space program.

Guests:

Joan Johnson-Freese
*Space analyst and professor at the U.S. Naval War College, Newport, R.I.

David Baker
*Editor of Janes Space Directory, an online guide to space programs around the world

China Sends Man to Space

China Sends Man to Space

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State-run media in Beijing have announced that China will launch its first manned space flight on Oct. 15. Join guest host Korva Coleman for a conversation about China's space program.

Guests:

Joan Johnson-Freese
*Space analyst and professor at the U.S. Naval War College, Newport, R.I.

David Baker
*Editor of Janes Space Directory, an online guide to space programs around the world