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(Ars Technica)   Flying pet store of death returns to earth   ( arstechnica.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Earth, Russians, Russian spacecraft, International Space Station, spacecrafts, crew, Russian Mission  
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2013-05-21 05:04:04 AM  
"fewer than half the mice (and none of the gerbils) remained alive after their month in space"
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2013-05-21 12:38:27 PM  

Tooterfish: /redhot like pizza supper

2013-05-21 07:45:32 PM  
The natural death of the animals was not expected to exceed five percent of the population, according to Il'in. He confirmed that all 15 geckos (Chondrodactylus turneri), snails and microorganisms did survive the flight."

Wasn't that exactly how "Andromeda Strain" started?
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