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Through a series of fun and challenging tasks, kids will attend “classes” as part of their special training required to become an astronaut on a mission to Mars: Space Pilot, Space Living, Space Engineer, Space Scientist and Space Gym. Each topic is accompanied by missions—physical and mental challenges, as well activities designed to mimic the […] The post Astronaut Academy appeared first on Laughing Lion Design - Learn Photoshop & Lightroom.
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