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    Lego-Man Travels To Space And Brings Back Photos And Videos

      A Lego man has successfully gone where no Lego man has gone before – the edge of space and back down. It’s all thanks to two friends,  teacher Jon Chippindall, 31 and entrepreneur Ian Cunningham, 29, who met while studying aerospace engineering at Manchester University. Together, they created...
  • Iran Shoots Monkey Into Space, Claims It Came Back Alive

    Iran is claiming it shot a monkey into space and it came back alive. How this is remotely OK in this day and age is beyond me. Yeah, all in one piece and good to go in what appears to be the most ridiculously shoddy piece of space shooting...
  • Jeff Bezos can find stuff and run a company

    Amazon’s CEO finds lost Apollo 11 rockets

    Move over James Cameron, there’s another big wig billionaire exploring the deep seas and finding stuff. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, has located the missing Apollo 11 rockets at 14,000 meters below sea level. Apollo 11 being the first space craft to land on the moon in the 1960’s....
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    UFO fragment found in small town in Siberia

    Here’s another one to add to the proof there is life outside of planet Earth and they are also flying around exploring space like us humans. A large piece of a UFO was found in Otradnesnky, a small town in Siberia. The U-shaped metal object weighs 200 kilograms (440lbs),...
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    Astronauts suffer brain and eye damage after a month in space

    A new study of 27 astronauts is proving a little alarming – showing those who spend a month or more in space suffer brain and eye damage. The journal of Radiology is reporting the study, which used MRI scans on the NASA astronauts. The scans showed varying degrees of...