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For now, In 1, As Congress suffers yet another reverse in yet another state, prosecutors said. we’ve got — we don’t have the ability to round up everybody and there’s no plans to do that,S. the ISS has welcomed aboard astronauts from 15 different countries including such space newbies as South Africa Brazil The Netherlands and Malaysia But China Nuh-uh Never has happened never gonna’ happen China has been barred from the ISS since 2011 when Congress passed a law prohibiting official American contact with the Chinese space program due to concerns about national security “National security” of course is the lingua franca excuse for any country to do anything it jolly well wants to do even if it has nothing to do with you know the security of the nation But never mind Few people in the US paid much attention to the no-Chinese law but it’s at last taking deserved heat thanks to a CNN interview with the three Chinese astronautsor taikonautswho flew China’s Shenzhou 10 mission in 2013 The network’s visit to China’s usually closed Space City which will air on May 30 is a reporting coup especially because of the entirely familiar entirely un-scary world it reveals: serious taikonauts doing serious work with serious mission plannersevery bit what you see behind the scenes at NASA or Russia’s Roscosmos See the Most Beautiful Space Photos of 2014 NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array’s first picture of the sun taken in high-energy X-rays released on Dec 22 2014 JPL-Caltech/GSFC/NASA An infrared image of a small portion of the Monkey Head Nebula captured by the Hubble telescope released on March 17 2014 NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team NGC 4258 is a spiral galaxy well known to astronomers for having two so-called anomalous arms that glow in X-ray optical and radio light Chandra X-ray Observatory/CXC/Caltech/NASA Eta Carinae is one of the most luminous known star systems in our galaxy seen here in this photo released on Aug 26 2014 JPL-Caltech/NASA A reprocessed picture shows off the amazing colors of Europa a mysterious ice-covered moon of Jupiter as they have never been seen before released on Nov 21 2014 NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute Astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo on June 1 2014 from the International Space Station "A simple toy from my childhood makes for a cool picture in space" Reid Wiseman—NASA This image of Saturn’s rings was taken by a camera on the Cassini spacecraft released on Jan 21 2014 JPL-Caltech/NASA/EPA A long exposure of the European Space Agency’s Optical Ground Station at the La Teide Observatory on the Canary Islands Spain released on April 27 2014 EPA An aurora near Australia seen from the International Space Station released on July 15 2014 NASA This close-up of cosmic clouds and stellar winds features LL Orionis interacting with the Orion Nebula flow NASA/Sipa The Eagle Nebula also known as as Messier 16 or M16 and the ‘Pillars of Creation’ in the constellation Serpens in May 2014 Adam Block—Mount Lemmon Skycenter The Russell Crater dunes seen on Mars in this photo released on Feb 5 2014 JPL/University of Arizona/NASA Saturn taken with the Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Nov 23 2013 and released for the first time on Feb 3 2014 NASA/JPL/Caltech/Reuters This vista of the Endeavour Crater rim taken by Opportunity Rover combines several exposures taken by the rover’s panoramic camera on April 18 2014 and was released on May 19 2014 JPL-Caltech/Cornell University/NASA Astronaut Alexander Gerst tweeted this photo on July 6 2014 from the International Space Station "Harsh land Windswept valleys in northern #Africa / Hartes Land" Alexander Gerst—NASA The moon over northeast Greenland in March 2014 Michael Studinger—NASA A crescent moon rises over the cusp of the Earth’s atmosphere in this picture by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Koichi Wakata onboard the International Space Station on Feb 1 2014 NASA/Reuters An optical image from the Digitized Sky Survey of the Flame Nebula released on May 7 2014 DDS/NASA New Hubble infrared view of the Tarantula Nebula released on Jan 9 2014 NASA ESA E Sabbi (STScI)NASA ESA E Sabbi (STScI) The sun emits a significant solar flare on Dec 19 2014 as seen from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory SDO/NASA Astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo from the International Space Station on July 3 2014 "Hurricane #Arthur has grown an eye since we last met" Reid Wiseman—NASA The Elephant’s Trunk Nebula also known as IC 1396 on April 14 2014 Eric Coles The Holuhraun lava field as seen with infrared imaging captured by the Operational Land Imager on Sept 6 2014 NASA Mars is seen in an image taken by the ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft released on Sept 30 2014 ISRO/AFP/Getty Images The Russian Soyuz-FG rocket booster with Soyuz TMA-13M space ship carrying the Expedition 40 crew to the International Space Station launches from the Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome Kazakhstan on May 29 2014 Dmitry Lovetsky—AP Using the CIVA camera on Rosetta’s Philae lander the spacecraft snapped a ‘selfie’ with a passing comet in this photo released on Oct 14 2014 Rosetta/Philae/CIVA/ESA Saturn was captured by the Cassini spacecraft cameras in this image released on March 17 2014 JPL-Caltech/NASA A composite of separate exposures taken in 2003 to 2012 with Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys and Wide Field Camera 3 of the evolving universe is shown in this image released on June 3 2014 NASA/Reuters Astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo from the International Space Station on July 1 2014 "Here is a #TodaySunrise from space for @MLauer" Reid Wiseman—NASA 1 of 29 Advertisement And similar to the nature of those other space agencies too is the professed wish of the Chinese crews to work across national borders “As an astronaut I have a strong desire to fly with astronauts from other countries” said Nie Haisheng the Shenzhou 10 commander “I also look forward to going to the International Space Station Space is a family affair; many countries are developing their space programs and China as a big country should make our own contributions in this field” But that contribution can’t happen aboard the ISS The 2011 law draws a sort of ex post facto justification from a study that was released in 2012 by the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission warning that China’s policymakers “view space power as one aspect of a broad international competition in comprehensive national strength and science and technology” More darkly there is the 2015 report prepared by the University of California San Diego’s Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation ominously titled “China Dream Space Dream“ which concludes: “Chinas efforts to use its space program to transform itself into a military economic and technological power may come at the expense of US leadership and has serious implications for US interests” OK deep cleansing breaths please On the surface the studies make a kind of nervous reflexive sense China is big China is assertive China has made clear its intentions to project its military power in ways it never has beforeincluding to the high ground of space But if that sounds familiar it’s because it’s an echo of the Cold War hysteria that greeted the launch the Soviet Union’s Sputnik The world’s first satellite Sputnik was a terrifying beach ball sized object that orbited the Earth from Oct 1957 to January 1958 presenting the clear and present danger that at some point it might beep at us as it flew overhead Every Soviet space feat that followed was one more log on the Cold War fire one more reason to conclude that we were in a mortal arms and technology race and woe betide us if the guys on the other side got so much as a peek at what we were doing That argument failed for a lot of reasons For one thing the Soviets hardly needed a peek at our tech since they were the ones who were winning When you’re in first place in your division you don’t to steal ideas from the guys in last Something similar is true of the Chinese now After launching their first solo astronaut in 2003 they have followed in rapid succession with two-person and then three-person crews and have mastered both spacewalking and orbital docking They have orbited a core module for their own eventual space station have sent multiple spacecraft to the moon and are planning a Mars rover They didn’t do all that by filching American tech The doubters are unappeased however Both these reports warn that all of China’s technological know-how no matter how they acquired it has multiple uses and can be put to either good or nefarious ends a fact that is pretty much true of every single technological innovation from fire through the Apple Watch Even if all of the fears were well-foundedeven if a Chinese Death Star were under construction at this moment in a mountain lair in Xinjiangforbidding the kind of international handshaking and cooperating that is made possible by a facility like the ISS is precisely the wrong way to to go about reducing the threat The joint Apollo-Soyuz mission in 1975 achieved little of technological significance but it was part of a broader thaw between Moscow and Washington That mattered in the same way ping pong diplomacy between the US and China in 1971 was about nothing more than a gameuntil it was suddenly about much more Well before the ISS was built and occupied the shuttle was already flying American crews to Russia’s Mir space station Russia later became America’s leading partner in operating and building the ISSa shrewd American move that both offloaded some of the cost of the station and provided work for Russian missile engineers who found themselves idle after the Berlin Wall fell and could easily have sold their services to nuclear nasties like North Korea or Iran The technology aboard the ISS is not the kind that a Chinese astronaut with ill will would want to or need to steal And more to the point if there’s one thing the men and women who fly in space will tell you it’s that once they get there terrestrial politics mean nothing at allthe sandbox silliness of politicians who are not relying on the cooperation of a few close crewmates to keep them alive and safe as they race through low Earth orbit From space as astronauts like to say you can’t see borders It’s a perspective the lawmakers in Washington could use Write to Jeffrey Kluger at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors While many viewers saw Jay Z as the focal point of Lemonade‘s lyrics," David Segal of Demand Progress said the strong net neutrality rules, Valerie Jarrett, ‘Yes!

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