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NASA Releases Photos of Hurricane Matthew Damage at Kennedy Space Center, Says It's Okay for Now

Many feared that NASA’s Kennedy Space Center was in for a world of hurt this weekend as the category 4 Hurricane Matthew ploughed its way towards the Florida panhandle. But the space agency says that damage was relatively minor and further inspections are taking place today. Read more...
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