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Outer space: absentee ballots via NASA

NPR's Morning Edition reports: For astronauts from Houston, who are unable to vote by absentee ballot, NASA has made it possible to cast their votes from a space shuttle or the International Space Station. NASA created special software that allows local election officials to create a ballot that is transmitted to the spacecraft. -- NASA Helps Astronauts Cast Ballots from Space : NPR

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