Wallops Island Gears Up for New Era of Space Exploration
Satellites the size of coffee cups. Hurricane-chasing unmanned planes. Lots and lots of rockets. They're just a few of the new initiatives scientists and private-sector space entrepreneurs are launching at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility. Bryan Russo heads down to Wallops to talk with the man in charge of NASA's efforts there and go inside the new projects being developed at the site.