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- NASA is concerned that thousands of pieces of "space junk" are floating around out there, just waiting to smash into a working satellite or even a spacecraft carrying people.
- Many colleges are still promising the Class of 2020 a make-up, in-person graduation ceremony. Will these 22-year-olds still care enough to attend?
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- And finally, this is not a dog:
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