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Vote Now! Top Space Stories of the Week - July 29, 2012

San Quentin Prison Inmates Build Tiny Satellite Parts for NASA

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The NASA Ames Research Center is known for establishing innovative partnerships and Pete Worden, the former Air Force general who serves as the Center’s director, is known as a maverick. Still, the latest joint venture to come to light has caught even some longtime NASA observers by surprise. [Full Story

NEXT STOP: Why Do We Keep Going Back to Mars?

How NASA Launched the 2012 Olympics 12 Years Ago

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2012 Olympics pins were flown on the space shuttle Atlantis 12 years ago to promote Houston's bid to host the games.[Full Story

NEXT STOP: Apollo Moon Landing Flags Still Standing, Photos Reveal

Apollo Moon Landing Flags Still Standing, Photos Reveal

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Photos from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter prove the American flags planted by Apollo astronauts still stand on the moon. [Full Story

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