Space Race: Now Billionaires Lead the Way for U.S.

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Jul.13 — For decades, national policy and NASA technology drove the U.S. Space program. Now, billionaires lead the way. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel and Ed Ludlow take a look back at the history of NASA and how private space companies like SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin plan on taking space travel into the future.

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