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NASA astronaut says U.S.-Russia tensions did not affect ISS mission

NASA astronaut says U.S.-Russia tensions did not affect ISS mission

NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins said the tensions between the Washington and Moscow over Ukraine did not interfere with the latest U.S.-Russia joint mission at the International Space Station. Mana Rabiee reports.

http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/3368092263001/NASA-astronaut-says-U-S-Russia-tensions-did-not-affect-ISS-mission http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/3368092263001/NASA-astronaut-says-U-S-Russia-tensions-did-not-affect-ISS-mission http://cdn.newslook.com/66/6645785e60819751910f8e5e7969bab7/images/frame_ext.jpg NASA astronaut says U.S.-Russia tensions did not affect ISS mission NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins said the tensions between the Washington and Moscow over Ukraine did not interfere with the latest U.S.-Russia joint mission at the International Space Station. Mana Rabiee reports. 15 technologyWashingtonMike HopkinsUkraineusMana RabieemoscownewslookUnited States of AmericaKazakhstanRussiaWorldOleg Kotov 01:33
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