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WTF has NASA Done for You? Here’s What

1. Tasty filtered water? Thanks, NASA. Click here to view this gallery. Sipping a cold glass of freshly filtered water? Give NASA a high-five. Kicking back and tuning in to 500 channels of satellite television? Send a thank-you fruit basket to NASA. That’s right, Earthlings, NASA's technology has not only put a man on the moon and a robot on Mars, it's also helped with life right here at home.
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