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Astronauts enjoy a zero-gravity Thanksgiving dinner on the International Space Station

MailOnline Friday, 25 November 2016
Astronauts enjoy a zero-gravity Thanksgiving dinner on the International Space StationThe crew of six celebrated Thanksgiving with a special 'spacegiving feast' of rehydrated foods, on board the International Space Station, which orbits about 255 miles (410km) above Earth.
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