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  1. Don’t Worry, Fellow Humans: Science Is Hard At Work On Space Beer

    Mars needs moms Molson.

    We put a Buzz in space, but can we get a buzz on in space? Fear not, Earthlings: scientists and breweries across our planet are already hard at work ensuring that if we ever meet extraterrestrials in the final frontier, we'll have a couple of quality cold ones in the chamber to share.

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  2. NASA Was So Excited For Twitter GIFS, They Broke Our Brain With One

    Guys. Earth is a magical kingdom.

    OK, NASA. Yes, you won the unofficial contest for "most literally awesome GIF Tweet." But you do have an unfair advantage.

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  3. Space Station Coffee Is About to Get Better, Will Still Be Made With Pee-Water

    Thanks, but I'll just have tea... oh that's pee-water too?

    Being an astronaut on the International Space Station is full of challenges -- chief among them according to Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano is the lack of decent coffee, and that guy nearly drowned in his own helmet on a space walk, so if he thinks coffee is the biggest problem then it's clearly a huge issue. Italy wants to fix that, so they're sending an espresso machine to space.

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  4. The Very First Vine From Space Captures A Sun That Never Sets

    And it's kind of inspiringly beautiful.

    NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman is about to get Vine-famous, because he's uploaded the first-ever Vine from space. In Wiseman's video, he condenses the ISS's 92-minute lap around the Earth into six seconds, showing us lowly Earthings that, from his vantage point over the day/night terminator line, the sun never sets.

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  5. Identical Twin Astronauts Will Test the Effects of Space on Humans

    Man, the Winklevoss twins must be so jealous.

    Despite the Winklevoss twins' plans to use Bitcoin to go to outer space, two NASA astronauts are getting the jump on their whole "twins in space" bit. Identical twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly are going to help NASA better understand how weightlessness affects the human body.

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  6. Watch SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Ship Leave The ISS Early Sunday Morning

    Parting is such sweet, spacey sorrow.

    SpaceX's Dragon capsule has had a great time chillin' at the ISS since Easter, but all good things must come to an end. Tomorrow morning, you can watch the robotic capsule detach from the International Space Station, and head for splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.

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  7. The First Story Time From Space Video Is Now Live!

    Pause and get in your jammies first for optimum snuggling.

    Story Time From Space, a new program where astronauts on the ISS read to the people of Earth while in front of the Space Station's cupola, is finally live. Listen to Mike Hopkins doing Max Goes To The Moon, and relax: story time is for grown ups, too.

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  8. Russia Threatens to Pull out of the ISS Over Politics, Good Luck Opening the Pod Bay Doors Without Them, NASA

    This is getting dangerously close to "I know you are, but what am I?" and inter-space agency slap fights.

    Dmitry Rogozin, head of the space and defense industry, told NASA where they could shove it that they could use a trampoline to get to the ISS, because Russia is sick of helping us if we're going to sanction them. Now, he's talking about pulling out of the ISS early and rendering it pretty much useless.

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  9. Watch NASA’s Constant Live Stream From the ISS Right Here

    You know what they say, Earth. The camera adds ten pounds.

    Can't sleep tonight? NASA has a highly majestic time-waster at your disposal: an HD video stream live from the ISS, featuring a sunrise or sunset every 45 minutes.

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  10. R2-D2 Saves the Day in This NASA-Sponsored Star Wars Day Greeting From the ISS

    Artoo says that the chances of survival are 1 to 1, because he's a boss.

    May the Fourth isn't upon us just yet, but you can't fault Rick Mastracchio and the rest of the ISS crew for trying to get their Star Wars Day message out early. After all, they've got lots of important science to do. Luckily, our favorite astromech droid was there to make sure the signal made it to the ground.

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