July 1997
New Orleans Magazine;Jul97, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p76
Interviews Bill Nye regarding his role as narrator for Astronauts, a documentary profiling a year in the life of the six astronauts chosen for the Endeavour crew of Space Shuttle Flight STS-72. His favorite part of astronauts; Chances in applying to be an astronaut; What he would like to do if he got accepted; How did Challenger change their perceptions about the space program.


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