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NASA says it doesn't need Russia to run space station

Sharon Gaudin | May 21, 2014
Less than a week after Russia threatened to stop its work on the International Space Station (ISS), NASA's chief said work on the orbiter will continue on with, or without, Russia's cooperation.

NASA scientists are increasingly focused on sending robots and human explorers to the moon, an asteroid and Mars.

Early this year, the federal government approved a four-year extension for the space station at a price tag of about $3 billion a year.


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