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European Space Expo

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February 21, 2013
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Summary:
The impact of a large meteorite which flew over Russia a week ago hit headlines all around the world. But in the Spanish capital of Spain, a traveling exhibition being held by the European Commission is showing how other objects in space are influencing our daily lives.


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