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Season 44 Episode 26

March 18, 2012 - SpaceX, Face Blindness

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Mar 18, 2012 on CBS
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March 18, 2012 - SpaceX, Face Blindness
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Scott Pelley profiles Elon Musk, the first private citizen to launch a space vehicle into orbit and recover it. He is the founder of SpaceX and hopes to become the first private venture to put a person into orbit.
In a double-length segment, Lesley Stahl reports on Face Blindness, known medically as Prosopagnosia. It is a condition that keeps people from remembering faces, even those of family members. Some studies estimate that as many as one in 50 people may be afflicted with Prosopagnosia. Lesley also interviews 'super recognizers,' people who never forget a face, no matter how long ago they saw it.

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    • Additional Credits:
      Space X
      Produced By: Harry A. Radliffe II
      Editor: Matthew Lew
      Camera: Blake Hottle, Tom Rapier
      Sound: Andre Palai, Scott Osterman
      CBS News Space Consultant: William Harwood
      Associate Producer: Jessica Haddad
      Footage Courtesy of: European Space Agency/ESA
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      Face Blindness
      Produced By: Shari Finkelstein
      Editor: Robert J. Shattuck
      Camera: Thomas Fahey, Anthony Forma, Gilberto Nobrega
      Sound: Clint Bramesco, Mike Karas, Gilles Morin
      Associate Producer: Jennie Held
      Broadcast Associate: Maria Rutan
      Art: All Artwork (c) Chuck Close, Courtesy The Pace Gallery
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      Teleprompter: Robyn Hartman
      Director of Communications: Kevin Tedesco

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