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Astronauts Observe a Moment of Silence to Honor Victims of Paris Attacks

The crew of the International Space Station observed a moment of silence Monday for Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

The six people on the station, and those in control rooms on the ground, stopped work at 6 a.m. Eastern time to join in a moment of silence observed in France and elsewhere.

“We stand with the people all over the world that fight against terrorism for all of our common good,” said astronaut Scott Kelly. [Time]


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