Hotel Mars: USA manned space, as soon as May 2020. William Harwood CBS_spacenews David Livingston, SpaceShow.com

Feb 13, 04:15 AM
Photo: The Mercury Seven in front of an F-106 Delta Dart

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Hotel Mars: USA manned space, as soon as May 2020. William Harwood CBS_spacenews David Livingston, SpaceShow.com