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Shuttle Pr0n: Fascinating Video On Board The Shuttle’s Booster Rockets

By David Ponce We’re all sad that the shuttle program is over. Space exploration is just no longer the cool thing it was; government dollars for NASA have been dwindling for years. This shifting of priorities is due to the fact that we’re no longer “at war” with the USSR. The cold war meant that [...]
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