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Crystal Balling The Future
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First all-female shuttle crew: NASA plans to launch this flight in 2001-2002.
First International Space Station crew: Six U.S. astronauts and six Russian cosmonauts are training to live on the International Space Station.
First conception in space: Maybe sometime at the International Space Station.
First birth in space: Maybe sometime later at the International Space Station.
First gay astronaut: He or she may already have flown. There are closets in space shuttles.
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