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Ask Our Astronaut | Do astronauts get any privacy in space or are they constantly being watched?

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Ask Our Astronaut | Do astronauts get any privacy in space or are they constantly being watched?

Ask Our Astronaut | Do astronauts get any privacy in space or are they constantly being watched?

In this episode, Luca's NASA astronaut colleague Andrew Morgan tells us more about intimacy in the International Space Station.


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NASA has lambasted China for its failure to “meet responsible standards” after debris from its out-of-control Long March 5B rocket likely plunged into the Indian Ocean west of Maldives.

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NASA's Perseverance is the Mars Rover that successfully landed on the surface of Mars in February this year. On April 19, Ingenuity, a battery-powered robotic helicopter, completed its first power controlled flight on the planet. On Friday, NASA released new footage from Perseverance of the Ingenuity helicopter making its fourth flight on 30th April. #NASA #SoundOfMars #Ingenuity #Perseverance

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Coldplay's new single is out of this world (quite literally)

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Astronauts splash down after record-setting mission

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NASA crew splash down in the dark for first time in 53 years

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