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Soyuz landing brings astronauts back to Earth
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Nokia to Build First Cellular Network on the Moon for NASA
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US spacecraft touches surface of asteroid in mission to grab rock sample
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Nasa to collect asteroid sample for first time
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NASA picks Nokia to build moon mobile network
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Russia blasts off U.S. astronaut: end of an era?
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Blue Origin rocket launches with NASA moon-landing technology
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ISS crew says air leak is not dangerous, will be fixed
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EJ Espresso: Health minister's Covid reality check ahead of festive season
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A look at Nasa’s new space toilet
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NASA's New $23 Million Space Toilet Is Ready for the ISS
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Watch: Spacecraft named after Kalpana Chawla lifts off; husband reacts
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NASA launches cargo spacecraft named after Kalpana Chawla
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How Astronauts Vote From Space
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NASA, ESA join forces on asteroid deflection program
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Moon rush: NASA looking for companies to help mine the lunar surface
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'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid to Fly Past Earth Next Week
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