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  1. Russia Now Selling Cosmonaut Cuisine in Earth-Bound Vending Machines

    Recommended by 4/5 Dr.Spacemans.

    According to Sputnik News, visitors to Moscow's All-Russian Exhibition Center can now enjoy ISS dining without ever needing to leave Earth! Y...ay?

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  2. Watch Live As NASA Launches Their Deep Space Climate Observatory Right Now!

    Space meteorologists are very excited.

    NASA is launching their Deep Space Climate Observatory Satellite (or DSCOVR, because, of course) this evening from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral. DSCOVR is heading to space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 (which is a reusable rocket, so that's pretty cool). The NASA livestream starts here at 5pmE, and the launch is set for 6:05pmE. NASA says that because this is a sunset launch, it'll be great for viewing.

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  3. You Can Finally See the “Dark Side” of the Moon Thanks to a NASA Video

    Pink Floyd has been waiting.

    We only see one side of the Moon from the Earth because the Moon is impossible and obviously make-believe over time, it has come to rotate at the same speed that it revolves around our planet. Since actually changing that to give everyone a look at the other side would be difficult and possibly apocalyptic due to the Moon's importance in everything, NASA made this neat video se we could all see what we're missing.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Shoes Inspired By NASA

    Yes, that's a moonwalk. Everything I do in these babies is a moonwalk.

    Good showing so far, 2015: we've got Marty McFly's self-lacing shoes and two pairs of Adidas shoes inspired by iconic NASA space suits. Too bad these fly kicks will run you up to $455.

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  5. NASA Planning A Mission To Europa To Determine If It’s Habitable

    The White House's 2016 budget request for NASA is $18.5 billion dollars, and a large chunk of that sweet, sweet space cash is going to fund a mission to "the destination within the solar system most likely to harbor current life": Jupiter's icy moon, Europa.

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  6. 11-Year-Old Aspiring Programmer Wants to Teach Other Girls How to Code: “I Can Do Everything Boys Want to Do”

    Yesterday's Tech Superwomen Summit in San Francisco had a very special guest: 11-year-old aspiring programmer Ava Brodie.

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  7. Astronaut Leland Melvin’s Dogs Boldly Go Where No Man’s Best Friend Has Gone Before

    Set phasers to snuggle.

    Astronaut, TV host, and NASA Associate Administrator for Education Leland Melvin is already an amazing human being, but PUPPIES! This is officially the greatest official astronaut portrait ever.

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  8. This Damn Snow Storm Is Ruining Your View of a Huge Asteroid Passing by Right Now

    Down in front!

    A "mountain-size" asteroid is passing by the Earth right now, and we'd all be able to see it if the snow weren't ruining our lives.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: NASA Air Flow Visualization Throughout the Years

    COOL-LOOKING

    Look, all I'm saying is that air is really cool.

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  10. NASA’s Stunning New Space Images Celebrate the “International Year of Light”: 2015

    Not to be confused with 200X, the year of Dr. Light.

    The United Nations has named 2015 the International Year of Light, which includes light-based technologies—even ones that see things that humans can't. So, NASA has released some amazing new image composites of objects in space for all of us to ogle.

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