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On Tuesday (11/15) the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum is launching its one-day-only "Geography from Space" contest. Participants can log in (beginning at 7:00 am EST) to play the game, which involves identifying geographic landmarks based on satellite images and written clues. The first three people (U.S. residents 13 or older) to submit correct answers win a Smithsonian book, but *anyone* can play and the site includes all of previous years' "Geography from Space" games: airandspace.si.edu/explore-and-learn/geography-from-space/
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