Christian Gelzer

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center

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Chief Historian at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, he works for NASA contractor Tybrin Corp

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In a few moments, we'll hear about the l ast Space Shuttle landing , which took place this morning, and the future of NASA.

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In a few moments, we'll hear about the l ast Space Shuttle landing , which took place this morning, and the future of NASA.

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