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NEW NASA CHIEF VOWS US WILL ALWAYS HAVE ASTRONAUTS IN ORBIT

Major changes could be ahead for the International Space Station but there will always be an American astronaut in orbit, NASA’s new boss said.

The space agency is already talking with private companies about potentially taking over the space lab after 2025, but no decision will made without the other 21 countries

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