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    On March 4, NASA launched aonline voting in its Earth Madness photo competition. A total of 32 images from 2012 were selected for voting.
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    On March 4, NASA launched online voting in its Earth Madness photo competition. A total of 32 images from 2012 were selected for voting.

    On March 4, NASA launched online voting in its Earth Madness photo competition. A total of 32 images from 2012 were selected for voting.

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