The Apollo 11 capsule in in sore need of restoration, conservation specialists say, if it's to last another 50 years. Even the adhesive that holds pieces of velcro in place is losing its stickiness, and some objects inside are starting to pop off. Shelby Knowles/NPR hide caption

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Moonwalkers' Apollo 11 Capsule Gets Needed Primping For Its Star Turn On Earth

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Takata Corp. CEO Shigehisa Takada speaks during a press conference in Tokyo, Monday, as the Japanese air bag maker announces filing for bankruptcy protection in Tokyo and the U.S., The company has been under financial pressure from lawsuits and recall costs related to its of defective air bag inflators. Shizuo Kambayashi/AP hide caption

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When Children Are Exposed To Police Violence

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Politics This Week: Health Care And Obama's Russia Reaction

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Commission To Add 'Context' To Richmond's Confederate Monuments

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Congressman Proposes A Military 'Space Corps'

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Paid Line-Holders Find Worth In The Wait

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Graduating High School At 92

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In D.C., A Politics Camp For Girls

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A Writer On Being A Black Man In Minnesota

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These Teachers Are Learning Gun Skills To Protect Students, They Say

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'Washington Post' Reporter Describes Obama's Reaction To Russia Hacking

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Diana McLean says coal would be good for the North Cheyenne Tribe. "We've been in the same situation for the last 50 years. And it hasn't changed. It hasn't improved." Shane Thomas McMillan for NPR hide caption

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'Interlaced Fingers' Traces Roots Of Racial Disparity In Kidney Transplants

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