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Astronauts Story Musgrave, left, and Don Peterson float in the cargo bay of the Earth-orbiting space shuttle Challenger during their April 7, 1983 spacewalk on the STS-6 mission. Photo: NASA
Space

NASA Needs New Space Suits


Astronauts on the International Space Station use a specialized suit called the Extravehicular Mobility Unit, or EMU, to work outside the space station safely. The suits were delivered to the station in the 1980s and are in need of an upgrade.
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Jon Busdeker, co-author of ‘100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die.’ Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die


If you’re not bound for the theme parks this weekend, there’s still plenty to do in the city beautiful. You can step off the beaten path and visit a jam factory, feed alligators, or even try skiing indoors. We chat to Jon Busdeker, co-author of the new edition of 100 Things To Do In Orlando Before You Die.
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Intersection

The Myth And Reality Of Florida Man


Florida Man is popular meme that’s grown out of news headlines about Floridians in bizarre situations. Intersection’s Matthew Peddie sits down with three guests to talk about the myth and the reality behind Florida Man
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