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The space chimp Ham was on display during the Medical Museum Science Café at
the National Museum of Health and Medicine June 23, 2015. Ham's flight led
directly to astronaut Alan Shepherd's first human suborbital flight in May
1961.

The idea of traveling to space is a dream for many, but for Dr. Mary Cleave, it’s a memory that will last a lifetime.
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International Space Station captures image of Typhoon Maysak in March.
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Pluto

Dear Pluto: We received your picture this morning, and we just want to let you know something. We love you, too!
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Just south of the Tien Shan mountains, in Central Asia, a remarkable series of ridges can be seen in today’s Space Sight.
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The most crowded place in the Milky Way

Hubble Space Telescope image shows the Arches Cluster, the densest known star cluster in the Milky Way.
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A new tool could measure a coronal mass ejection’s impact a full day in advance.
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Expedition 43 Launch

#Flashback: Check out the Soyuz TMA-16M spacecraft launching with crew who will return to Earth in 2016.
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Astronomers have discovered –for the first time– a rear-end collision between two high-speed knots of ejected matter.
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