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Past present: archaeology’s giant leap onto the International Space Station

international space station in space above earth with small moon in the distance
Credit: NASA.

As the historic craft drifts towards its inevitable end, archaeologists will combine traditional research techniques with space-age upgrades to give future generations the sights sounds and smells of what life was really like in space.

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