In the following sentence

NASA’s International Space Station, the only one functional right now, is slated to retire by 2025, or latest by 2028, and no replacement for it has been confirmed so far.

I am not able to get the meaning of latest by

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    Check out the phrase "at the latest". – Michael Harvey Jun 16 at 9:44

Yeah, like Michael said, it would be better as "at the latest". It is only slightly incorrect but for something like a news article, it is wrong. Good catch!

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