The space shuttle Atlantis is set to launch from the Kennedy Space Center this Friday for a 12-day mission to deliver supplies and spare parts to the International Space Station.
This final mission signals the end to NASA's most successful and longest running space program. Commercial companies are now developing their own rockets to carry U.S. astronauts and cargo to the space station.
American Morning wants to know: Should the Federal Government get out of the business of space exploration?
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