NASA discovers a mysterious source is still wrecking the ozone layer – The Week Magazine


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NASA discovers a mysterious source is still wrecking the ozone layer
The Week Magazine
NASA's research study found 39 kilotons of carbon tetrachloride were emitted over the last year, which is 30 percent of the peak emissions that occurred before the treaty went into effect. Zero emissions were reported from 2007 to 2012, so the findings ...
Large Quantities of Carbon tetrachloride Sill Lingering in the Atmosphere: NASANature World News
Mysterious source of ozone-depleting chemical baffles NASAPhys.Org
NASA finds banned Ozone-eating compound in atmosphereWAAY
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NASA wants to put rodents on space station – Fox News


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NASA wants to put rodents on space station
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The AEM-X is an advanced rodent habitat module designed for long-duration missions on the International Space Station. NASA is hoping to launch rats to the space station as part of a study on the biological effects of long space missions.NASA Ames ...
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Sea Plankton In Space? That's Right, Says Russia — But NASA Isn't So SureBustle
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Expert on NASA’s commercial crew program: So far, an “unqualified success.” – Chron.com (blog)


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Expert on NASA's commercial crew program: So far, an “unqualified success.”
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Whichever company NASA selects will finish building a replacement for the space shuttle, which the space agency needs to transport its astronauts to the International Space Station and end an uncomfortable dependence upon Russia. I recently wrote at ...

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20 US Cities You Must Visit In Your 20s – Huffington Post


20 US Cities You Must Visit In Your 20s
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When you think of American tourism, certain locations come to mind: the bright lights of New York City, the palm trees of Southern California, the nostalgia of Disney World. But for the cash-strapped, adventure-seeking, microbrewed-beer loving, ... The ...

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Space port to usher in new era of risk – Lloyd’s List


Space port to usher in new era of risk
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The growing popularity of smaller satellites - and an interest in space tourism - is helping fuel the development of low-cost spaceplanes. These are typically re-usable sub-orbital vehicles that look and operate more like an aircraft than a vertical ...

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NASA gives $17 million to Virginia for STEM education – WDBJ7

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