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February 07, 2008
University of Tokyo professor of aerospace engineering Shinji Suzuki holds an origami airplane during...
Kashiwa, Japan
University of Tokyo professor of aerospace engineering Suzuki holds an origami airplane during an interview...
University of Tokyo professor of aerospace engineering Shinji Suzuki holds an origami airplane during an interview at a Tokyo University research facility in Kashiwa, Japan near Tokyo, February 6, 2008. A spacecraft made of folded paper zooming through the skies may sound far-fetched, but Japanese scientists plan to launch paper planes from the International Space Station to see if they make it back to Earth. Picture taken February 6, 2008. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
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