NASA Astronaut Candidate Departs One Year Into Training

Credit: Robb Kulin: NASA
HOUSTON—One of a dozen U.S. men and women selected in 2017 from a record 18,354 applicants to train as a NASA astronaut candidate is leaving the agency, citing personal reasons. Robb Kulin’s resignation is effective Aug. 31, or the halfway mark in the two-year training process that would have made...

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