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  3. Space Camp (United States) - Wikipedia

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    History. Space Camp was founded in 1982 as an educational camp using the United States space program as a basis to promote math and science to children. The idea was the result of a comment by rocket scientist Wernher von Braun who was touring the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in 1977 when he noticed a group of schoolchildren studying rockets and said to the museum director, "You know, we have ...

  4. Jackie Chan - Wikipedia

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    Jackie Chan. In this Chinese name, the family name is Chan (陳) and Fang (房) and Shi (仕) is a generation name. Fang Shilong [2] [3] SBS MBE PMW [4] (born 7 April 1954), [5] known professionally in English as Jackie Chan and in Chinese as 成龍 ( Sing4 Lung4 in Jyutping, lit. "becoming the dragon" [6] [7] ), is a Hong Kong actor, [8] [9 ...

  5. Nude recreation - Wikipedia

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    Nude recreation refers to recreational activities which some people engage in while nude. Historically, the ancient Olympics were nude events. There remain some societies in Africa, Oceania, and South America that continue to engage in everyday public activities—including sports—without clothes, while in most of the world nude activities take place in either private spaces or separate ...

  6. 1994 Northridge earthquake - Wikipedia

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    Casualties. 57 killed. > 8,700 injured. Magnitude of the earthquake and aftershocks. The 1994 Northridge earthquake was a moment magnitude 6.7 ( Mw ), [8] blind thrust earthquake that occurred on January 17, 1994, at 4:30:55 a.m. PST in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles.

  7. Elephant - Wikipedia

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    Elephants are the largest living terrestrial animals. African bush elephants are the largest species, with males being 304–336 cm (10 ft 0 in – 11 ft 0 in) tall at the shoulder with a body mass of 5.2–6.9 t (5.7–7.6 short tons) and females standing 247–273 cm (8 ft 1 in – 8 ft 11 in) tall at the shoulder with a body mass of 2.6–3.5 t (2.9–3.9 short tons).

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