September 28, 1998
NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA's Advanced Space Transportation Program at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., is developing magnetic levitation technologies that could reduce the cost of going to space so dramatically that everyday people could leave the planet.
"THIS is a thrilling ride," announces a pre-recorded, bass voice over the clank of your seat belt buckle. You're strapped in for the ride of your life.
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