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Life after the space shuttle

CAPE CANAVERAL (CNS): Unemployment and the economy dominate the news, but on Florida’s Space Coast, in the United States of America (US), which has been hit hard by the shutdown of the space shuttle programme, efforts to make something better for the future are already under way. 

Robert Cabana, the Kennedy Space Centre director, said, “Change is what you make it. It is hard because people become comfortable in what they know, but in order to have something better you have to change. I prefer to think we have a positive future.” 

Cabana was an astronaut on four shuttle missions. He also a served for 30 years in the US Marine Corps.......




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