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Two Astronauts Cast Their Vote From Space While Orbiting The Earth

Epic moment in American Presidential elections!

Two Astronauts Cast Their Vote From Space While Orbiting The Earth
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This election is surely going to become one of the most epic in the history of the United States Of America. Just when we thought that all the excitement is coming to an end, that's when something happened that affected American Presidential elections.

Don't worry; it's not something to worry about, but it'll surely make you proud if you're an American citizen. The news came out a few minutes ago from our sources that two astronauts have voted from the space for their favorite president nominee in this election.
Let's find out the complete story!

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Kate Rubins cast her vote from space!

Kate Rubins cast her vote from space!

Yes! Two astronauts orbiting the Earth at the top speed of 17,000 mph have already cast their votes from the space for the nominee in the American Presidential election that is taking place today.

According to NASA, Shane Kimbrough officially registered his absentee ballot from the  ISS (International Space Station).

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There's a law in the US which allows astronauts to vote from space.

There's a law in the US which allows astronauts to vote from space.

Two astronauts who live in Houston, where the Johnson Space Centre is located, cast their vote while still orbiting the Earth. For astronauts, the voting procedure starts a year before, where they get to choose in which election they'll be participating from the space.

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It was first used in the year 1997.

It was first used in the year 1997.

The vote from space procedure was first used in the same year it was implemented. NASA astronaut, David Wolf, is the first American astronaut to vote from the space, while he was on the Russian Mir Space Station.

All thanks to the technology, and law that helps astronaut to vote for their choice in the election.

Frequent updates will be made to the story, stay in touch...

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Do you think it is worth to vote from space?