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Falcon 9 rocket launches Inmarsat 5 from Kennedy Space Center. Photo: Joey Roulette.
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Intersection: Keep Calm And Go To Mars

What happens if a Martian astronaut goes bonkers? 90.7’s Space reporter Brendan Byrne and WKMG’s Emilee Speck take a look at the questions scientists are asking about mental well-being for Mars-bound astronauts. 
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Aramis Ayala filed a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott after he reassigned cases from her office.
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Intersection: Ayala V Scott Heads To Florida Supreme Court

The tug-of-war over the death penalty will land in the Florida Supreme Court tomorrow. When the Orange and Osceola County State Attorney Araymis Ayala announced she would not seek the death penalty, Gov. Rick Scott took her death penalty cases away. Now she wants them back. 90.7’s Renata Sago and Rotunda podcast host Trimmel Gomes join Intersection to talk about what’s at stake, and the political fallout.
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Photo courtesy of Central Florida Animal Rescue.
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Central Florida Big Cats Moving To Larger Home

Thirty big cats will soon move from Cocoa to a larger space in St. Cloud. This includes tigers, lions, leopards and cougars. Central Florida Animal Reserve CEO K. Simba Wiltz said their cats are older, averaging 13 years and have geriatric problems.
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