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NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins Votes From Space

TMZ.com Thursday, 22 October 2020
Kate Rubins just cast the mother of all mail-in ballots -- she's not even on Earth and she still cast her vote!!! What's your excuse? The NASA astronaut voted Thursday from her post aboard the International Space Station, which is about 250 miles…
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News video: NASA astronaut Kate Rubins casts her ballot from the International Space Station

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins casts her ballot from the International Space Station 00:43

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins cast her ballot from space – more than 200 miles above Earth. Astronauts have been able to vote from space since 1997.

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