Eric Berger

Houston Chronicle

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Space and science reporter at the Houston Chronicle

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America's government-funded  Space Shuttle Discovery  made its final flight today — from the Kennedy Space Center, over Washington and the National Mall -- to a museum at Dulles…

All Signs Go for First Private Flight to Space Station

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