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Oct 09, 2012
This image from the International Space Station shows the moon hovering above the Earth.
The moon and Earth's atmosphere as seen from the International Space Station.
The moon is framed by the Space Shuttle Orbiter and the Atlantic Ocean in 1998.
Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan of the 1972 Apollo 17 mission takes the lunar roving vehicle for a spin.
Hurricane Emily swirls below the moon in this July 2005 image taken from the International Space Station.
The surface of the moon -- Rima Ariadaeus, to be exact -- as photographed by the Apollo 10 astronauts in May 1969.
The moon sets over the Earth, as seen from the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1995.
A color mosaic of the moon created with 18 images captured by the Galileo spacecraft in 1992.
Astronaut John W. Young, commander of the 1972 Apollo 16 lunar landing, jumps and salutes the U.S. flag.
This graphic shows the approximate locations of the Apollo moon landing sites.
Picture Courtesy of Felix Baumgartner's Cell Phone
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Stories emerged Tuesday of brave teachers who sheltered pupils as the tornado hit
See how the tornado devastated one small section of Moore, Okla.
The state has tornado shelters in more than 100 schools, but not the two hit Monday
AP photographer sees kids pulled from Okla. school
Meteorologist Renny Vandewege answers questions about weather
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