Space.com 7 April 2018

German Scientists Harvest Their 1st Antarctic Salad, and It Looks Amazing

Lettuce, cucumbers and radishes are among the first plants to be collected from the greenhouse.

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A Third of Young Millennials Are Confused About This Incontrovertible Fact

Younger people seem perplexed about whether Earth is round or flat.

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Awesome Video Shows What It Was Like to Fly Virgin Galactic's Rocket-Powered Test Flight

Even after flying 140 different types of aircraft, the chief pilot on Virgin's successful powered spaceship test yesterday (April 5) says being at the helm of the VSS Unity was "something else."

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On This Day In Space! April 7, 1983: 1st Spacewalk from Space Shuttle

On April 7, 1983, astronauts took the first spacewalk outside of a space shuttle during mission STS-6. This was the maiden voyage of the space shuttle Challenger. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video series here.

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