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NASA unveils Orion spacecraft, set to explore deep space

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NASA unveils its Orion spacecraft currently being assembled in Florida, which aim to carry astronauts into deep space, and which NASA hopes wil take humans 'one step closer' to the exploration of Mars. Duration: 01:11 Video provided by AFP


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