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    Astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly saw centuries-old astronomy books during a tour of the Linda Hall Library's rare books collection Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Kelly, who recently returned from spending a year in space, took part in NASA's Twins Study with his brother, retired astronaut Capt. Mark Kelly, who was the control on the ground.

Astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly saw centuries-old astronomy books during a tour of the Linda Hall Library's rare books collection Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Kelly, who recently returned from spending a year in space, took part in NASA's Twins Study with his brother, retired astronaut Capt. Mark Kelly, who was the control on the ground. Jill Toyoshiba, Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star
Astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly saw centuries-old astronomy books during a tour of the Linda Hall Library's rare books collection Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. Kelly, who recently returned from spending a year in space, took part in NASA's Twins Study with his brother, retired astronaut Capt. Mark Kelly, who was the control on the ground. Jill Toyoshiba, Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star

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