Chilean miners got space underwear from Japan

[![This Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) handout details a variety of space clothing that was tested by Japanese astronaut Takao Doi during the STS-123 shuttle mission in 2009. ][1]][2]In an effort to lend a hand to rescue teams on the ground, Japan’s space agency sent some “space underwear,” candies and other Japanese sweets to the 33 trapped miners in Chile, according to news reports.

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