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(Boulder Daily Camera)   NASA starts to weave a tangled web as the organization tries to explain how a spider could survive a 42-million-mile jaunt through space and subsequent splashdown in the Pacific Ocean, but die during a simple trip to Washington, D.C   (dailycamera.com) divider line 7
    More: Weird, Pacific Oceans, NASA, Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History, MST, Foggy Bottom, University of Colorado, Sunita Williams  
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2012-12-05 07:28:56 AM  
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NASA starts to weave a tangled web

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2012-12-05 06:54:36 AM  
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As someone who lives in DC, I'm betting the death was traffic related.
2012-12-05 02:47:21 AM  
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Because spiders don't live very long?
2012-12-05 03:58:21 PM  
1 votes:
Academia can kill anything of value
2012-12-05 01:22:15 PM  
1 votes:
Did subby read the article? The spider survived the trip to DC, it just died a few days after getting to the Smithsonian. Maybe it had morals and the proximity of so many politicians was too much for it.
2012-12-05 08:37:51 AM  
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The spider never went to the space station and was going to talk.
2012-12-05 06:57:48 AM  
1 votes:
Simple. That's not the spider that went up.

Earth germs killed the space-spider. Their original plan foiled, soon the race of space-spiders will send robot spiders to invade instead.

/Oh, and spider!
 
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