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Spacevidcast Live – Who will advance humans in space?

Show notes for this episode of Spacevidcast Live can be found on our wikipedia page here: http://wiki.spacevidcast.com/en/5.11

In this show we look at recent space news from the Ariane V launch, Shenzhou 9 landing, SpaceX’s reusable rocket, Launcher 1 from Virgin Galactic and XCOR moving R&D to Texas. Our main topic asks the question, who is required to advance the human settlement of space? Government, private companies, both, other? What do you think? We would love to hear your voice in our comments and video replies. Speaking of replies, we also take a peek at your comments from our previous show!

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