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NASA boss says SpaceX explosion will delay U.S. return to ISS

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NASA boss says SpaceX explosion will delay U.S. return to ISS

NASA boss says SpaceX explosion will delay U.S. return to ISS

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, NASA&apos;s chief said that the explosion that destroyed a SpaceX astronaut taxi will &apos;no doubt&apos; cause delays in the space agency&apos;s push to return Americans to the International Space Station.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine reportedly refrained from offering a clear flight timeline for its Commercial Crew Program, and said that he would not prejudge the results of an investigation into the incident.

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