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Longest U.S Space Mission Planned for 2015

SchrodingerZ (2576405) writes | about a year and a half ago

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SchrodingerZ (2576405) writes "Capitan Scott Kelly, brother of former commander Mark Kelly, will embark on the United State’s longest manned space mission, set for 2015. Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will spend an entire year on the orbiting International Space station. The mission will be a first for the NASA’s space program, but it is far from the world record. The longest recorded time in space was the 438 day mission of Russia’s Valery Polyakov, working on the Mir Space Station 1994-1995. Kelly, a decorated Navy captain received degrees from “State University of New York Maritime College and the University of Tennessee,” and was the flight engineer for the space station expedition 25, and commander of expedition 25 in 2010. “Kornienko hails from Russia's Syzran, Kuibyshev, region and has worked in the space industry since 1986.” The yearlong study on humans working in space will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, spring 2015."
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SchrodingerZ (2576405) | about a year and a half ago | (#42108027)

Take out "the" before "NASA", forgot to take it out
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