An era of undaunted courage

Powell, Steve
August 2011
St. Charles Journal;8/7/2011, Vol. 46 Issue 63, pA7
The author presents his views on space tourism, a program through which a non-astronaut person will be able to travel in space shuttles and how it helps in improving the economy of the U.S. and intelligence of people.


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