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NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden downplayed fears that this week's final space shuttle launch marks the end of American dominance in space during a speech Friday at the National Press Club. "We are not ending human space flight," he said. "We are recommitting ourselves to it."

BARBARA L. SALISBURY/THE WASHINGTON TIMES NASA Administrator Charles F. Bolden downplayed fears that this week's final space shuttle launch marks the end of American dominance in space during a speech Friday at the National Press Club. "We are not ending human space flight," he said. "We are recommitting ourselves to it."

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