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Leave Space Alone

Don’t be on the wrong side of history

SpaceX

6am — April 12, 1961.

On a launchpad in Southern Kazakhstan a Soviet rocket called Vostok 1 is being prepped for take off. Strapped inside a small capsule atop Vostok sits a 27-year-old Russian astronaut called Yuri Gagarin.

While the lead engineers and astrophysicists monitoring the launch from the safety of the…

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