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  1. Dads of the World Put to Shame by a Man Who Built a Custom Spaceship Playroom for His Kids

    How much for an adult-size version?

    DIY Dad Jeff Highsmith isn't fooling around when he builds his kids a playset. Not only did he go to the trouble of constructing a panel of working switches and lights in the spaceship he created for his children, but it all actually works, runs short simulations, and has remote-control robot arms. Anyone happen to know if he's looking to adopt a 30-year-old?

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  2. New Goosebumps-Inducing Interstellar Trailer Employs Shameless Use Of Dylan Thomas

    Okay. You have my attention.

    I don't know if I'm a sucker for grandiosity or space porn or what, but this latest trailer for Interstellar has done it for me. Shut up and take my money, Nolan; you had me at "do not go gently."

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  3. 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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  4. It’s The 45th Anniversary Of The Moon Landing, And The Internet Is Celebrating

    We come in peace for all nerdkind.

    I've never known our moon without footprints on it, but my mom speaks reverently about watching the Eagle touch down. It was the day after she turned nine years old, and her father -- my grandfather -- had worked on orbital mechanics for the Apollo program. This day fills me with pride for both my family and my species. When we put our minds to it, we are capable of achieving wondrous things.

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  5. Dramatic Readings of Astronaut Quotes and More From Buzz Aldrin’s Reddit AMA

    "I walked on your face!" -Buzz Aldrin to the Moon.

    Buzz Aldrin, who you may know from being the second person to walk on the Moon, did an AMA on Reddit yesterday, and that's how we got this great dramatic reading of one of his answers from Redditor el_lou-derino. Read more from the AMA and learn about the #Apollo45 campaign after the jump.

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  6. Penny4NASA Campaign Asks Us To Aim For The Stars [VIDEO]

    Let's boldly go.

    Many of us here at The Mary Sue are fervent supporters of space exploration, and yours truly is no exception. Concerned though I am about NASA's dwindling funding, I'm encouraged by the work of nonprofit groups such as the Space Advocates, whose Penny4NASA campaign focuses on encouraging public support for the American space program. This video is an inspiring, concise call-to-action, and it's one I'm happy to share.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: LEGO Boba Fett Cosplay

    No disintegrations!

    If anyone knows who this glorious cosplayer is, do let us know so we can give credit/applause/internet fame. (via Fashionably Geek)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: The Occupational Hazard Of Transformation Sequences

    Things We Saw Today

    Not a good way to begin a daring rescue. Art by Ape Lad.

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  9. Comedian Lauren Reeves Still in the Running for Mars One Mission That Will Never Happen [VIDEO]

    she blinded me with science

    Mars One is essentially a reality show posing as space mission to establish a human colony on Mars. It's kind of a joke, so it's only fitting that comedian Lauren Reeves' submission to join the mission has beat out thousands of others and is still in consideration.

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  10. Are You Alone In the Universe? This Animated Short Doesn’t Think So [VIDEO]

    Consider the Following

    Munich design collective KurzGesagt has a lot of super-deep questions they'd like to ask you about life, the universe, and everything. But don't panic: they also have a lot of answers for you, as evidenced by this gorgeously rendered animated short about the biology, chemistry, astronomy, and philosophy that directly go into making you the complex life form you are. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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