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SpaceX and the Future of Spaceflight

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On June 28th, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded shortly after its lift off from Cape Canaveral. This failure was the first out of the previous 18 launches the company has had, 7 of which went to the International Space Station. Coming up, looking into the SpaceX launch failure and it's implications for the future of spaceflight.

Guests:

  •  Paul Sutter, Ohio State Astrophysicist, host of podcast "Ask a Spaceman!"
  • Dr. Henry Hertzfeld, Research Professor of Space Policy and International Affairs at The George Washington University
  • James A. M. Muncy, principle, PoliSpace

This show originally aired on July 16, 2015 at 11 a.m.