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A Teenager in Space?

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Air Date: 05/24/2004
Run Time: 0:28:50

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  • Justin Houchin, a 17-year-old from Sunland, California, who could be the first teenager in space


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Meet the young man who could become the first teen in space. In addition, the Planetary Society's Lou Friedman reflects on China's space exploration plans as he prepares to travel there, and brings us up to date on the Solar Sail's progress. Emily Lakdawalla says we shouldn't fear the solar wind, and Bruce Betts has name for a comet.


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