Podcast: Frank Morring Talks Space

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The National Press Club interviewed Aviation Week's Frank Morring on January 7th about space industry developments. In the podcast, Morring provides an overview of space issues past and present in concise responses on everything from the reasons for the end of the Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station and U.S. concerns about Chinese military space development.

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