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Hulks…In…Space…

Marvel and NASA have announced plans to show “The Avengers” to the astronauts who are currently living on the International Space Station.

The screening could be considered payback for when Marvel shot part of the movie at the Space Power Facility at NASA’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.

The current crew of the ISS — which is orbiting 220 miles above Earth — consists of two NASA astronauts, three Russian Cosmonauts, and one European Astronaut.

We’d say something about this being out of this world, but we’re better than that.

NASA To Screen “The Avengers” For Space Station Astronauts

Marvel and NASA have announced plans to show “The Avengers” to the astronauts who are currently living on the International Space Station.

By Paul Semel | 05/31/2012 05:02 PM PT

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Hulks…In…Space…

Marvel and NASA have announced plans to show “The Avengers” to the astronauts who are currently living on the International Space Station.

The screening could be considered payback for when Marvel shot part of the movie at the Space Power Facility at NASA’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.

The current crew of the ISS — which is orbiting 220 miles above Earth — consists of two NASA astronauts, three Russian Cosmonauts, and one European Astronaut.

We’d say something about this being out of this world, but we’re better than that.

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