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Yutu discoveres a strange 'gel-like' substance on the Moon, astronomy you don't need a telescope for, and SpaceX's prototype takes flight...

30 Aug 2019, 20:44 UTC
Yutu discoveres a strange 'gel-like' substance on the Moon, astronomy you don't need a telescope for, and SpaceX's prototype takes flight...
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