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How long can the ISS Last?

R3d M3rcury (871886) writes | about a year ago

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R3d M3rcury (871886) writes "NASA and Boeing, along with other nations, are studying the feasibility of keeping the International Space Station in orbit until 2020 and possibly until 2028--the 30 year anniversary of the launch of the first module."
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Let it burn (1)

schwit1 (797399) | about a year ago | (#44908951)

It has no redeeming value to the taxpayer and is nothing more than corporate welfare for Boeing.

Lose face to the Chinese ? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44909605)

It has no redeeming value to the taxpayer and is nothing more than corporate welfare for Boeing.

Giving up? Hell no !

The ISS is one of the LAST VESTIGES that the USA gets to boast ~ how can we give it up now ?

Can you think of the day them chinks running their own armada of space stations and we Americans can only watch with envy, while remain stuck at the bottom of the gravity well ?

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