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Word of Mouth - Segment
Thu April 12, 2012
Space on a Shoestring
Space – a private frontier…
With the shuttle program behind us, companies and enterprising college students are today’s celestial pioneers. Their mission? To seek out new ways of launching into orbit on a shoe-string budget.
Michael Belfiore is the author of Rocketeers. His work has also appeared in Popular Mechanics, The New York Times, and Scientific American – where we found one of his latest articles, Bound for the Moon.