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Science Teacher Visualizes Space Shuttle on Baby Monitor

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A mother, and elementary school science teacher, outside Chicago has stumped even NASA with her discovery. While tuning in to her baby monitor to check on her infant son, Natalie Meilinger was shocked at what she saw: video from inside the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Not quite believing her eyes, she went to bed and the next morning there it was again. Of her discovery, the mom admits, "I've been addicted to it."

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

Ground control to major mom. A mother and elementary school science teacher outside Chicago has stumped even NASA with her discovery. While tuning in to her baby monitor to check on her infant son, Natalie Meilinger was shocked at what she saw - video from inside the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Not quite believing her eyes, she went to bed and the next morning, there it was again. Of her discovery, the mom admits, I'm addicted to it.

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