After 46 years with NASA, veteran Apollo recovery team member, flight director and Johnson Space Center Associate Director Milt Heflin is retiring, effective March 1st, 2013. NEWS 92 FM’s Lana Hughes talked with Heflin on the 10 year anniversary of the 2003 shuttle Columbia tragedy. He reflects on the program through the years, and what’s needed to keep space exploration alive.
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