NASA officials say they are not planning for a disruption in the International Space Station (ISS) operations growing out of the U.S.-Russian confrontation over Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula, because the partnership that controls the ISS is solid. Administrator Charles Bolden says the ISS partnership has persisted through difficult times before during 13 years of joint operation and occupancy of the station, including the tense confrontation in 2008 between Russia and the U.S. over the ...
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