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Fly me to the Moon ... oh, you can't

I didn't know whether to laugh or cry when watching NASA's new recruitment video for wannabee astronauts. 'We need you!' the stentorian voiceover says. "Human Exploration of Space is what we do at NASA!" it continues, amid shots of past glories and mockups of future wonders, including besuited explorers striding...
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