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Blizzard’s new team shooter is on track to break the active player record set by the company’s own World of Warcraft.
NASA doesn’t usually go around space setting fire to cargo ships, so why did it ignite the Cygnus ship on Tuesday? The space agency explained that it was all part of an experiment to help improve the safety of current and future space missions. The post NASA just set fire to a cargo ship in space appeared first on Digital Trends .
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