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Astronaut Will Return From A Year In Space Both Older And Younger Than His Twin Brother
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US, Russian astronauts blast off for 1-yr space trip

US astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko have taken off on a 12 month tour of duty on the International Space Station from Baikonur in Kazakhstan in a Soyuz vehicle. It will be the longest continuous stay anyone has had aboard the 400 ... News on Air, 2 days ago
Astronauts board space station for 1-year mission Business Standard, 1 day ago
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Astronaut Scott Kelly Prepares for a Pioneering Year in Space on ISS

Thursday, March 26th, 2015 by Posted in National News ABC News (NEW YORK) — Astronaut Scott Kelly is poised to break the record for time in space for a U.S. Astronaut when he launches to the International Space Station this week. ...
 101gold.com3 days ago Kelly's Yearlong ISS Mission Starts Friday  AIAA6 days ago What will a year in space do to the body? Scott Kelly will find out.  Houston Chronicle6 days ago Scott Kelly Prepares for a Year in Space  ABC News1 week ago
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Off to Space for a Year, an American's Longest Journey

When Scott J. Kelly goes up to the International Space Station - he and two Russian astronauts are scheduled to launch on Friday - he will not come back down again for a year. That year is to be longest space mission a NASA astronaut has ever undertaken. This ...
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Astronaut set to make history for longest stay in space

For the next year, astronaut Scott Kelly won't get stuck in traffic. He won't have to do the laundry, and he certainly won't have to worry about the weather. At 3:42 pm ET Friday, Kelly and a Russian crewmate will blast off for new digs in outer ...
 USA Today4 days ago
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Science Channel to Air Live Space Launch, 4/27

Related: Science Channel Join Science Channel for the LIVE broadcast via NASA TV as NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and crew launch on one year in space at the International Space Station (ISS). Tune into the historic spacecraft launch scheduled for ...
 Broadway World4 days ago First year-long stay on the ISS about to begin  New Scientist4 days ago One-Year Crew Set for Launch to Space Station; NASA TV to Air Live Coverage  ADVFN UK1 week ago NASA Invites Media to View One-Year Crew Launch in Mission Control  SpaceRef5 days ago
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American, Russian leave Earth this week for 1-year mission at International Space Station

What's one thing astronauts Scott Kelly of the U.S. and Mikhail Kornienko of Russia can't do without when they move into space this week for a year? Kelly went beltless during his five-month mission at the International Space Station a few years ...
 Yahoo! Canada6 days ago American, Russian Leaving Earth for Year at Space Station  ABC News4 days ago 2 men leaving Earth this week for year in space: American and Russian flying for science  Yahoo! Canada4 days ago
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NASA is about to conduct the most complex experiment on the ISS for their historic one-year mission

If you were given the chance to spend a year in space, would you. That's what NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko have signed on for. They will float aboard the International Space Station this Friday, March 27 not to return ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago NASA to conduct most complex experiment ever attempted on ISS  MSN Canada4 days ago
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NASA is about to start a year-long experiment on the first twin astronauts in history

View gallery . (NASA) NASA will study identical twin astronauts Mark Kelly (right) and Scott Kelly to learn more about how longterm spaceflight affects the human body. On Friday, March 27 , NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, together with cosmonauts ...
 Yahoo! News5 days ago These twin brothers are about to help NASA make history  Business Insider5 days ago Twin objectives: NASA astronaut takes 1yr mission as Earth-bound brother monitored  Russia Today2 weeks ago NASA's Scott Kelly And His Twin To Become Historic Science Experiment  Inquisitr2 weeks ago
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What to Pack for a Yearlong Trip to Space?

What's one thing astronaut Scott Kelly can't do without when he moves into space this week for a year? A belt. Kelly went beltless during his five-month mission at the International Space Station a few years back, and he hated how his shirttails ...
 Product Design and Development4 days ago What to Pack for Year in Space? A 'Superhero Utility Belt'  ABC News6 days ago What to pack for year in space? A "superhero utility belt"  Denver Post5 days ago
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One astronaut will answer NASA's biggest question

When NASA astronaut Scott Kelly launches on Friday he's got one long-range goal in mind. "We're trying to get to Mars," said Kelly. "I won't go, but the next generation has a chance." To reach Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun and the only ...
 Houston Chronicle6 days ago One astronaut will help answer NASA's biggest question  MySanAntonio6 days ago
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