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SEE YOU ON MARS

How Many Astronauts does it take to change a lightbulb?

By the look of things on a recent morning in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab at Johnson Space Center in Houston: two.

Plus hundreds of support personnel, including 14 divers suspended in the water with video cameras, all manner of tech support poolside, and a cadre of Starbucks-sipping flight operations specialists watching on screens in a control room overlooking the scene.

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