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Published on Dec 15, 2010
NASA is set to retire the shuttle program next year, leaving the Russia as the world's only lifeline to the International Space Station. That mess is causing concern over excess reliance on Russia's space program and respect for the Soviet-designed Soyuz rocket. Space Entrepreneur Jeff Manber says the cooperation between the United States and Russia in space should continue to pay dividends in the future.