One-Year Space Station Mission Set To Begin In March

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON – Plans for the first one-year missions to the International Space Station by U.S. and Russian astronauts seem well-timed from the long view, even if a bit premature to those who wonder where the venture fits within a still-evolving U.S. strategy for future human deep space exploration. NASA...

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