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A team of Marines jump off a CH-47 during the "Angel Thunder" training exercise in today's Snapshot.
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Awesome moon building/destroying game submitted to the National Science Foundation's annual visualization contest in today's Snapshot:
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Long after life on Earth ends, these spacecraft will fly on, proof—if there’s anything out there to recognize it—that a civilization on a small planet in the Milky Way galaxy once reached for the stars.
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An airplane tries to wait out the crazy smog hampering visibility at the Beijing airport in today's Snapshot.
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Thanks to geologic mapping, we understood the story of the moon well before we actually went there.
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"Nothing on my map of Florida corresponded with the earth’s features I had seen…where could I be? I unfolded my hydrographic chart... I had flown at almost a right angle to my proper heading and it put me close to three hundred miles off route!"

Had this occurred nine months earlier, over the Atlantic, the name “Lindbergh” might today be no more than a forgotten bit of aviation trivia.
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How are some ground-based telescopes getting better-than-Hubble views? Just hook up some lasers and supercomputers:
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"My military aviation training had led me to believe that every single thing was important. As I worked among the debris, I began to see things that I thought might be stories, or might pose questions. Why did the seats look like they did? Why did we get checklist pages back almost intact? I thought, 'We could learn a lot from this.'"
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“Disaggregation” is the word you want on your bingo card if you’re following the military satellite business these days. 
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Gladys Roy is probably most famous for her stunt with Ivan Unger, in which the two played (or pretended to play) tennis on the wing of a biplane in flight.
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Would you fly into a nuclear blast for science? Bud Evans did. "As the brilliance faded, I could see the bones in my hands. Suddenly I began to feel as if millions of long, hot needles were shooting through my body."
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"The enclosed piece of mail matter was damaged in the aero-plane accident at Cleveland, Ohio, May 25th, 1919. The incident is very much regretted."
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