EDWARDS AFB, Calif. – NASA says it remains committed to its plan to fly the International Space Station until 2024, at least for now, despite Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin’s May 13 announcement of the end of Russian cooperation on the ISS in 2020. NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says the comments from a leading official in the Russian government constitute "diplomatic action. I’m talking about just the operational interaction between Roscosmos [the ...

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