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What the Heck Is This?

The questions today are actually: Where is this, and what's going on?

If you've been paying attention to the news, you might know. And (spoiler alert) if you are a fan of our sister site,, you'll probably have a good idea.

Read on to find out, um, what's up and see a larger version of the picture …

That's NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus, floating (flying?) through the Rafaello module on the International Space Station during this, the final mission of the space shuttle era.

Magnus and her colleagues will spend today (July 13) unpacking supplies to keep the station stocked up for the ongoing mission after the shuttle departs for the last time.

NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus flies through the Rafaello module, filled to the brim with supplies, during the final space shuttle mission (STS-135) to the International Space Station. (Image credit: NASA)

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Robert Roy Britt
Rob was a writer and editor at starting in 1999. He served as managing editor of Live Science at its launch in 2004. He is now Chief Content Officer overseeing media properties for the sites’ parent company, Purch. Prior to joining the company, Rob was an editor at The Star-Ledger in New Jersey, and in 1998 he was founder and editor of the science news website ExploreZone. He has a journalism degree from Humboldt State University in California.