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Gorgeous photos of NASA’s rockets and robots

Wired took an exclusive tour of NASA’s rockets and robots with photographer Benedict Redgrove and the photographic results are — sorry! — out of this world. Best viewed on Redgrove’s site, who must be — still sorry!! — over the moon about how they turned out. But seriously, that DARPA centaur-on-wheels robot…how cool is that? Also, you may remember Redgrove from his short film on how tennis balls are made.
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