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While orbiting the moon, Apollo 8 astronauts were greeted by this view of the rising earth. Today, competitors in the Google Lunar X PRIZE are trying to build robots that could reach the moon by the end of 2015. NASA hide caption

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Google's Goal: Inspire First Privately Funded Moon Landing

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A look inside the exhibition "MARVELS AND MONSTERS: Unmasking Asian Images in U.S. Comics, 1942-1986." A/P/A Institute at NYU hide caption

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'Marvels And Monsters' Unveils Asians In Comics

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Miles Morales, half Latino and half African-American, is the new face of Spider-Man in the "Ultimate" line of Marvel Comics. Marvel Comics hide caption

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Biracial Identity For America's Web-Slinging Hero

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