Mark Brown

MCR

Guest

Former astronaut, who helped design the International Space Station and was an astronaut representative on the Challenger Accident Investigation Board; Vice President of Aviation & Missile Defense Programs at MCR, a defense contractor

Mark Brown on KCRW

Once it's retired, the shuttle Endeavour will  go on display  at the California Science Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Endeavour's Last Ride, Giffords' Struggling Recovery

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Tomorrow's launch of  Endeavour  will be the second-to-last in America's space-shuttle program, which has lasted for 30 years.

Endeavour's Last Ride: Countdown to the End of the Shuttle Era

Tomorrow's launch of Endeavour will be the second-to-last in America's space-shuttle program, which has lasted for 30 years.

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