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Paul Maley provides an interesting and extensive page with lots of info about, and many pictures of, space junk that has reached the ground over the years:
SPACE DEBRIS – Eclipse Tours.
Stephen C. Smith posts this video of today’s House hearing:
On May 21, 2013, the House Subcommittee on Space held a hearing titled, “Next Steps in Human Exploration to Mars and Beyond.”
Joe Latrell offers this special episode of 90 Second Science in support of the tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma:
90 Second Science for May 21, 2013 from Joe Latrell on Vimeo.
Bion M1, launched on April 19, 2013 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, and returned on May 19th. The biology mission appears to have been a mixed success:
More background info about the project: