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SUTUS 13h
It's been 50 years since man landing to the moon and wants to celebrate! The 23rd and 24th of September in the best of awaits you.
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Vishal Gupta 9h
Replying to @narendramodi @isro
When we will have have our own ships ready ??
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Alan Ladwig 10h
2 of 2 When President Nixon approved the Space Shuttle Program, he also mentioned that he looked froward to astronauts from other countries to be able to join American astronauts on flights.
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darien eqvilibrivm 10h
1/4 The Economist - Who owns the Moon? Published on 18 Jul 2019
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I Himalayas Jul 19
What about the Future in Space Tourism? ....Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing, On this day was in Moon.
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brendan 🌍 16h
After celebrating 50 years of , it seems has already turned on their score ratings for outer space 😉🚀🌚
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Business Standard Jul 19
The move is aimed at making the city a manufacturing hub for space-related technology
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Rich Tehrani Jul 14
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Ᾱṟpitấ Jul 19
Short sightseeing Trip to space likely to cost around $200,000 to $300,000. Richard Branson's prepares
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Team Rayla Universe Jul 18
Jeff Bezos: I spend my billions on space because we're destroying Earth via
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Peggy Klingel Jul 18
More details emerging on the future of .
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Mip Phillips Jul 20
Here's What Space Tourism Will Feel Like, Says Virgin Galactic CEO
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Pınar Tan Jul 17
⁩ : Everyone who goes to space comes back "changed" - ⁦
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CNX500 Jul 14
Virgin Galactic set to become the first company to go public
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Yanal Abul Failat Jul 16
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Namira Salim Jul 18
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Patricia Rosewell Jul 20
I'm sure many people find this brings them right back down to earth. Not so keen on now?
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Sami Kar Jul 18
Space tourism of 11 minutes is in the foreseeable future!! Kudos to Jeff Bezos and his team!! Blue Origin (the startup) has worked on the development of reusable rocket New Shepard to fly humans!!
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VisitKentWA Jul 19
What is from Kent and may soon be considered a historic landmark? Answer: three lunar rovers built in by , used by astronauts in three moon landings.
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Dr John Jul 19
Indeed. Too bad. as the new fad for the & .
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