Bobby Braun

NASA

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Chief Technologist for NASA headquarters in Washington, DC and Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech University

Bobby Braun on KCRW

After 30 years and an investment of some $200 billion, the  Space Shuttle Program  ended this morning when Atlantis touched down at Cape Canaveral.

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The  Shuttle Atlantis  touched down at 5:57 this morning East Coast Time: the last of 135 shuttle missions carrying 330 astronauts, 14 of whom lost their lives.

As the Space Shuttle Era Ends, What's Next for NASA?

The Shuttle Atlantis touched down at 5:57 this morning East Coast Time: the last of 135 shuttle missions carrying 330 astronauts, 14 of whom lost their lives.

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