WHAT HAPPENS TO THE SPACE STATION CREW? There are three astronauts, two Americans and one Russian, currently in the International Space Station. Crew members have been using the American shuttle fleet to travel between Earth and space. What happens to them now? Does the next shuttle flight to the Station, scheduled for March, proceed? Do they use a Russian escape pod to leave? Do they just sit there and wait?
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE SPACE STATION CREW?
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