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NASA astronaut Kate Rubins votes from ISS: ‘If we can do it from space…’ – CNET

In-space votes are electronically delivered back to Earth to be officially recorded.

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This story is part of Elections 2020, CNET’s coverage of the run-up to voting in November.
However you go about casting your vote, you have to admire this NASA astronaut who managed to cast her vote from space. Kate Rubins, who’s currently on duty aboard the International Space Station, posted a photo of herself in front of a padded booth marked “ISS Voting Booth,” with the text “From the International Space Station: I voted today.”
NASA notes this isn’t Rubins’ first time voting from space. She…

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