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After the the launch of Sputnik by the Soviet Union, space exploration was on the radar of many Americans who had ignored it earlier.
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on the point, on the point of, on the prowl, on the pull, on the Q.T., on the rag, on the rampage, on the receiving end, on the right track, on the rise
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