Today Hank uses his patented prognosticating abilities to tell you about some space news events to watch out for in 2013.
What one thing is the Curiosity rover going to spend most of the year doing? Why are we going back to the moon? And what two awesome things are projected to occur around Thanksgiving Day? Find out in this edition of SciShow News!
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