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Unbelievable Video Show's What Felix Baumgartner Saw on His Space Jump

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February 3, 2014
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GoPro released new, never before seen, video of Felix Baumgartner's space jump from 2012. Part of the 8-minute video was shown in a GoPro Super Bowl commercial, and the longer version features new footage and even better views. Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) has more. Video provided by Buzz60


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Buzz Aldrin Won't Sell His Space Artifacts

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Buzz60 (Mar. 25, 2013) — Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin is not selling his space artifacts. He says despite being pushed by his ex-wife to sell his stash, he'll pass the memorabilia along to his kids or museums. This news comes ahead of Bonham's Space History sale, the first major auction of space artifacts since Congress ruled astronauts could sell items from their trips.
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Scientists Surprised by What Rosetta's Comet Sounds Like

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Buzz60 (Nov. 12, 2014) — The European Space Agency's Philae spacecraft is close enough to hear a comet's song. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) likes the trend of hearing what objects in space sound like. Video provided by Buzz60
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