AUDIO: Orbital Sciences chairman talks future of US space leadership

by | Apr 1, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

David Thompson, chairman and chief executive of Orbital Sciences, spoke at the Space Foundation’s 25th National Space Symposium on 31 March 2009 about the future of US leadership in space and asked can it last? 

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