This Year, No Turkey Feast For Shuttle Astronauts

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Study: Political Bent Affects How We View Skin Tone

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The Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2, now on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, returned to Earth in May 2009 after more than 15 years in orbit. Eric Long/NASM hide caption

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Camera That Saved Hubble Now On Display

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The presence of water on the moon could enable astronauts to make their own breathing oxygen and to use the moon as sort of a space-based filling station. NASA/AP hide caption

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Water Ice Hides In Moon's Dark Craters

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A new study suggests that a high-fat and high-sugar diet can dramatically affect the microbes living in your gut. istockphoto.com hide caption

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The Gut Response To What We Eat

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A new study suggests that crying infants may be imitating the patterns of the language they heard while in the womb. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Babies May Pick Up Language Cues In Womb

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Weather Interferes With NASA Test Flight

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Artist concept of the Ares I-X rocket. Courtesy of NASA hide caption

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NASA To Launch World's Tallest Rocket

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Panel: NASA's Moon Plan Lacks Funds

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Panel: NASA Should Skip Moon

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Every time you crack open a soda, your taste buds may help you get the full experience of the carbonated beverage. Arthur Carlo Franco/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Study: When Soda Fizzes, Your Tongue Tastes It

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Spacecraft Crashes Into Moon In Search Of Water

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Spacecraft Makes A Splash On The Moon

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Nobel Chemistry Prize Goes To 2 Americans, 1 Israeli

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