Astronaut Hopes For Ramp-up Of ISS Science, Tech

Kate Rubins
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA astronaut and cancer researcher Kate Rubins, the first person to sequence DNA from space, is hopeful for a resurgence in science and technology activities aboard the International Station when she returns to the ISS in October. Rubins will go back with two Russian cosmonauts and the...

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