Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner, American Gods and more
British astronomers intercept Soviet photos of the moon; an ISS malfunction could poison the crew with ammonia gas; and a picture by a NASA probe indicates that life could exist on Mars.
Astronomical questions are discussed. Included: spaceships fueled by atomic bombs; artificial rings around a star; a mystery surrounding Neil Armstrong's walk on the moon; and lightning communication.
A potentially habitable planet near Earth; a top-secret military space program; and evidence that the moon may be rich in the building blocks for life.
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