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"Such a package could include tax credits, financing programs and training grants amounting to millions of dollars, said Matt McCollister, the seven-county chamber's vice president for economic development. PlanetSpace's chairman, Indian-American entrepreneur Chirinjeev Kathuria, told MSNBC.com he expected the incentives to amount to "somewhere in the neighborhood of $20 million."
Which brings up some interesting questions. Is there a better way to protect the shuttle in orbit? Will a death in space be the end of our manned space program?""The nature of the object that hit the shuttle radiator isn't known," a NASA update said, adding that shuttle processing crews discovered the hole while working on the spacecraft.
The impact also damaged a one-inch (2.5-centimeter) area in the radiator's honeycomb-like aluminum mesh, but did not sever any of the panel's 26 vital coolant tubes as it passed through the half-inch wide panel.
"Over millions of years the primates made adjustments, evolving more forward-facing eyes and better eyesight. That made it easier for them to see the snakes, and the arms race hit high gear.