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Happy birthday NASA. 60 years in space!

NASA turns sixty. Where do we go from here? And why bother with space? You will see and hear the last man who walked on the moon, Gene Cernan, who sat down for an interview that has not been seen… until now. And, if you have ever wondered “why bother with space?” Holland Cooke asks Dr. Michelle Thaller, a NASA astrophysicist.

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