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Which of the following astronauts was not on the ill-fated Apollo I? Gus Grissom Michael Collins Ed White Roger Chaffee
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The incandescent light bulb, improved on by Michael FaradayThomas EdisonNikola Tesla , made it possible to quit using oil lamps as a source of light.
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