NASA Seeking More Astronaut Applicants

Eleven NASA candidate astronauts completed two years of basic training on Jan. 10 to become eligible for flight assignments, the 22nd class to achieve the milestone since the U.S. began launching people into space under the Mercury program.
HOUSTON—NASA is seeking applications for a new but small class of men and women prepared to train for exploratory missions to the surface of the Moon and perhaps Mars as well as to staff the International Space Station or commercial low-Earth-orbit successors. The agency will be accepting...

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