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Miles Obrien to testify before congress tomarow on “Enhancing the relevance of space.”

Follow Miles at http://www.milesobrien.com/

I spoke breifly with the 26-year broadcast news veteran and former CNN science, aerospace, technology and environment correspondent over twitter w00t

From http://twitter.com/milesobrien and http://twitter.com/engstudent
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milesobrienI am testifying before Congress tomorrow. Subject is “enhancing the relevance of space…” http://bit.ly/ZPbVJ Would love your thoughts.

engstudent@milesobrien good luck tomorrow. Is what NASA can do in the future within the scope of your testimony or just how its received by the public

engstudentThis 140 character limit is killing me!

milesobrien@engstudent both i think

engstudent@milesobrien If NASA could show incremental milestones in S.E.(space exploration)  http://bit.ly/ns4kX

engstudent@milesobrien I think this would help the most with keeping the publics short space attention span + a major event every say 4 years can help

engstudent@milesobrien again best of luck tomorrow – ill stop spamming you now. CNN should never have to let you go.

milesobrien@engstudent not spam at all…thanks

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Okay very breifly – hope he does well in futhering the cause of the next frontier.  No preasure

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