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  1. Comet Siding Spring skims close to Mars after million-year journey

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  1. Comet Siding Spring set to have rare near miss with Mars

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  2. Mountain-sized comet to zip past Mars

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  3. Mountain-sized commet to zip past Mars: Nasa will take you there 'live'

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  4. Air Force's mysterious space drone returns after two years in orbit

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