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Podcast: Over the Moon for the Mission to Mars

CQ on Congress, Episode 110

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine is interviewed for CQ on Congress podcast at the CQ Roll Call studio in Washington. (Photo by Thomas McKinless/CQ Roll Call)
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine is interviewed for CQ on Congress podcast at the CQ Roll Call studio in Washington. (Photo by Thomas McKinless/CQ Roll Call)

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine is in charge of realizing President Trump’s plan to put an astronaut on Mars by 2033. He says it’s doable, albeit visionary. He talks to CQ’s Shawn Zeller about why the mission is important, how it can lead to technological advances and why private investments are necessary.

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