Hungary Restarting Astronaut Program With Eight Finalists

Soyuz-36 crewmembers
After a hiatus of more than four decades, Hungary, which flew a cosmonaut on the Soyuz-36 mission, is reviving its human space program.
Credit: NASA
PARIS—Hungary, which has not flown an astronaut in 42 years, is restarting its human space program, with eight finalists undergoing evaluation for a planned flight to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of an Axiom Space crew. “A long time ago, Hungary was the seventh nation to send an...

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