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SPACE: Astronauts aboard ISS take part in first ‘Space Olympics’

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SPACE: Astronauts aboard ISS take part in first ‘Space Olympics’

SPACE: Astronauts aboard ISS take part in first ‘Space Olympics’

The International Space Station Expedition 65 crew recorded themselves having a day of ‘weightless fun’ at the end of a long week of work.

From Earth orbit, 400 km above our planet, the crew present the very first “Space Olympics”.


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