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Although we often feel that there's no common ground between us and the youth of today, we imagine that 65% of schoolboys probably still aim to be astronauts when they grow up.

There's still something inarguably and overwhelmingly awesome about space and until the day that frequent and affordable intergalactic travel comes available, we'll continue to dream.

Not helping our unlikely, dream-invading wish to be spacebound is a certain young Owen Silverwood who has created a series of photographs, called Innerspace, which depict NASA hardware in variously confined places.

Damn, they do Space Camp for adults right? Right?

You can see more of his great work here.

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