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SpaceX will bring the science of fire, mice, and beer to the ISS
SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket this morning on a resupply mission to the International Space Station. But this rocket isn’t just carrying typical supplies. Some of its cargo includes beer-brewing and fire behavior experiments, as well as 40 live mice that will be used to study how muscles degrade in space. The rocket booster successfully landed back on a ship in the Atlantic ocean, and the payload is expected to reach the ISS this Sunday.
Baby Yoda merchandise is out there, but wary you must be
Pictures and memes of The Mandalorian‘s baby Yoda have officially broken the internet, inspiring a new wave of merchandise as well. But third-party sellers across the internet have started repackaging versions of older yoda and selling them as baby Yoda, or even stealing art for their products without compensating the original creators. So be safe out there, shoppers; however adorable it seems, that may not be the baby Yoda you’re looking for.
Fast Fact: 100 Centimeters
That’s roughly the size of the asteroid particles that are exploding off the Asteroid Bennu. Why is this happening? No one knows, but it serves as evidence that these alien worlds aren’t so inert after all.
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