Bobby Braun

NASA

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

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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.

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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.

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