The most delightfully sad thing you’ll see all day (not country but cool)

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Came across this lovely video of a little astronaut and his dog facing a spacely demise over on IO9 that I thought some of you might like. 

Warning, it's the absolute sweetest impending death scene ever. It's okay to be torn between tears and wonder. 

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