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International Space Station removed from orbit in 2031

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In 2031, the current space station will be taken out of orbit and land in the Pacific Ocean as NASA plans to create multiple new stations that will house government space programs and private companies. NBC News’ Joshua Johnson is joined by professor of mechanical engineering at Columbia University and former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino to discuss the commercialization of space travel.