In The Wrong Stuff:

The Space Program's Nuclear Threat To Our Planet

Karl Grossman investigates the planned October 6th, 1997 Cassini launch with its nuclear payload of 72.3 pounds of lethal Plutonium ---- enough, according to NASA, to expose 5 billion people to radiation should the Cassini space probe re-enter Earth's atmosphere.

The Wrong Stuff details NASA's mishaps with Plutonium fueled missions to date and its unrealistic calculations about the problems of a major accident. It concludes with a warning aboutplans for multiple future launches involving Plutonium and what this reckless use of nuclear hardware in space can cost the planet in dollars ---- and in lives.

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