For more than 15 years the International Space Station has been floating above the Earth, with the astronauts aboard conducting vital experiments and pushing the boundaries of the human body in space. They also take some rather delightful photos.
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Fingerprints of a supernova, robotic dogs and Britain's very own Atlantis... test your knowledge of this week's big science stories.
Image credit: NASA/ESA/JHU/R.Sankrit & W.Blair
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