NASA Faces Space Station Dissent

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The decision to send a new crew to the International Space Station last week was made over the objections of at least two NASA officials. One scientist who voted against the mission cites concerns over the station’s ability to manage contaminants in its water and air systems. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports.

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