• Getting Used to Walking Again

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    Getting Used to Walking Again
      Janet, a 42 year old astronaut at the time working for NASA's Johnson Space Center, was referred to physiotherapist because she had a hard time balancing while walking. Her physician ruled out any other cause for this condition and zeroed in on the long-term stay in zero gravity of space. Additionally, she had trouble concentrating at her new job and experienced trouble while...
  • Stone Meteorite Cage Pendant with 18" Sterling Silver Chain Necklace

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    Stone Meteorite Cage Pendant with 18" Sterling Silver Chain Necklace
    The Stone Meteorite Cage Pendant with 18 inch Sterling Silver Chain is a unique meteorite pendant that is crafted from a whole stone meteorite strung from a solid silver curb chain inside a silver plated cage. The meteorite is then strung from an 18 inch sterling silver curb chain. It is a stone chondrite meteorite and was originally part of the Asteroid Belt - a huge...
  • Teamwork at NASA is Crucial

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    Teamwork at NASA is Crucial
      Space travel is a big human project that started more than 50 years ago during the “cold war” when the United States recognized the technical advances of their rival Soviet Union (now the Russian Federation). The program developed out of a military culture. The first people to enter space were military test pilots and those developing increasingly advanced aircraft and aerospace vehicles. The...
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