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This Week @ NASA, August 26, 2013

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August 26, 2013
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A big week for NASAs newest astronaut candidates chosen from more 6-thousand applicants, the group of eight arrived at Johnson Space Center to begin training for future missions and were introduced to the media during a news conference with Administrator Charlie Bolden. Charlie Bolden, NASA Adminstrator:These new astronauts were introducing today are critical to achieving our ambitious goals. They will help us to continue to lead the world in exploration.


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