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NASA is looking for new astronaut candidates

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NASA is looking for new astronaut candidates

NASA is looking for new astronaut candidates

Did you ever dream of being an astronaut?

Now is your chance to make that dream a reality!

NASA is looking for people to join a new crop of candidates for its training program.

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JOIN A NEW CROP OF CANDIDATESFOR ITS TRAINING PROGRAM.BUT--- THERE'S GOING TO BE ALOT OF COMPETITION."MY ODD WERE ONLY 100 TO 1, OURLAST CLASS, WAS A CLASS OF 12,SELECTED ROM A POOL OF 18,000APPLICATIONS, SO THEIR ODDSWERE 1000 TO ONE."NASA ONLY NEEDS ABOUT 20TRAINEES.DEGREES IN MATH, SCIENCE ANDENGINEERING ARE REQUIRED ANDYOU HAVE TO HAVE A MASTERSDEGREE.SINCE 19-59...350 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SELECTEDTO TRAIN AS ASTRONAUTS.APPLICATIONS FOR THIS NEW CLASSOPEN MONDAY.FEES-VGOOD NEWS FOR TRAVELERS!

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