Robert Block

Space Editor, Orlando Sentinel

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Space editor for the Orlando Sentinel; former Homeland Security Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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The space shuttle Atlantis made what's likely to be  its last landing today  at Cape Canaveral.  Robert Block, space editor for the  Orlando Sentinel , called it "a beautiful,…

Retiring the Space Shuttle Atlantis

The space shuttle Atlantis made what's likely to be its last landing today at Cape Canaveral.  Robert Block, space editor for the Orlando Sentinel , called it "a beautiful,…

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Obama's Vision for US Space Exploration

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George W. Bush cancelled the Space Shuttle program. Now Barack Obama wants to cancel Bush's plan for going back to the Moon, at least for the moment.

Obama's Vision for US Space Exploration

George W. Bush cancelled the Space Shuttle program. Now Barack Obama wants to cancel Bush's plan for going back to the Moon, at least for the moment.

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