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FILE - This file three-picture sequence made from May 21, 1969 photos provided by NASA shows the Earth rising above the moon, taken from Apollo 10 during their return from the sunless backside into the sunny side of the moon. Apollo 10 launched on May 18, 1969, and spent 192 hours 3 minutes 23 seconds in space. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)

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FILE - This file three-picture sequence made from May 21, 1969 photos provided by NASA shows the Earth rising above the moon, taken from Apollo 10 during their return from the sunless backside into the sunny side of the moon. Apollo 10 launched on May 18, 1969, and spent 192 hours 3 minutes 23 seconds in space. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)
FILE - This file three-picture sequence made from May 21, 1969 photos provided by NASA shows the Earth rising above the moon, taken from Apollo 10 during their return from the sunless backside into the sunny side of the moon. Apollo 10 launched on May 18, 1969, and spent 192 hours 3 minutes 23 seconds in space. NASA, the agency that epitomized the "Right Stuff," looks lost in space and doesn't have a clear sense of where it is going, an independent panel of science and engineering experts said in a stinging report Wednesday. (AP Photo/NASA, File)
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