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Question: will we ever run out of things to know from space?
Asked by ralia2001 to Dominic, James, Jenny, Kevin, Norah on 17 Mar 2017.
answered on 17 Mar 2017:
No, there’s just too much out there for our small human brains to comprehend I believe
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