Is Shuttle going to become the hot topic for Florida’s vote?

by | Jan 18, 2008 | Seradata News | 1 comment

Space Politic’s has a couple of interesting links to pro-space exploration activism and the increasing number of exploration related questions cropping up in the presidential debates but this report of Republican presidential candidate wannabe Rudy Guiliani having a space policy roundtable – and this guy sees Florida as the real start of his election – suggests that there are 5,000 space programme workers and their families who are going to be wanting Rudy to opt for a delayed end to Shuttle

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