U.S. Astronaut Up For Challenge Of One-Year ISS Mission
March 09, 2015
HOUSTON – NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is prepared for the challenge of a lifetime as he nears the start of a one-year mission to the International Space Station, the longest spaceflight for an American by far. Kelly, a 51-year-old retired U.S. Navy test pilot and veteran of a 159-day ISS tour of duty...
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