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Explorations - February 24, 2005 at 1:00pm

Exploration, for February 24, 2005 - 1:00pm

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Explorations - February 24, 2005

Philip Coyle, former senior Pentagon official, now with the Center for Defense Information, on North Korea. Also, China pressures North Korea to reign in its nuclear ambitions, South Korea asks “Where are the tests?;” Hubble Space Telescope may be doomed: NASA is considering withdrawing funding for any rescue mission; The Pentagon embarrassed as another 85 million dollar test fails for the missile defense system; New virulent form of HIV surfaced, turns into full blown AIDS within a few month, scientists wonder about the DNA genome of this new virus; Another new planet is found orbiting another star, only this star system looks more like our own solar system.

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