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This astronaut cast his vote from the International Space Station

WorldNews Thursday, 7 November 2019
This astronaut cast his vote from the International Space Station(CNN)Defying their earthly bounds doesn't stop many astronauts from exercising their civic duties. Andrew Morgan cast an early vote from space last month, weighing in on a Pennsylvania election, NASA says. According to his official biography, Morgan is a physician who was selected to join the astronaut corps in 2013, and completed his training in 2015. He's now aboard the space station as a flight engineer for several...
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