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    Once a new set of solar array wings are installed on the International Space Station, it will be the second brightest object in the sky, topping Venus and losing only to the Moon.
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    Maybe I'll actually be assed enough to go out and look for it now.

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    lol @ the dude on the bottom left. Oh wait, this is about a space station.

    It's kind of unfortunate. Once we see the shiniest thing in the sky we always like to deem it a lucky star or an angel's presence or something to friends or loved ones. To remember it's a satellite is like an anti-sentimental kick in the balls.
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    NASA launched the Kepler Spacecraft on friday that will search for planets that have water, and/or are able to sustain life. E.T. phone home?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bio View Post
    lol @ the dude on the bottom left. Oh wait, this is about a space station.

    It's kind of unfortunate. Once we see the shiniest thing in the sky we always like to deem it a lucky star or an angel's presence or something to friends or loved ones. To remember it's a satellite is like an anti-sentimental kick in the balls.
    Well then, all you have to do is remember that stars are really just giant balls of plasma with no magical properties. There, now you won't be disappointed by the fact that it's just a space station.



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