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Explorers: Mossy Spirals

  • Subject: [ferns] Explorers: Mossy Spirals
  • From: Bob Needham bneedham@cisco.com
  • Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 10:56:28 -0800 (PST)

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From Explorers@bashful.msfc.nasa.gov Tue Dec 17 10:40:58 2002
From: "Explorers" <Explorers@bashful.msfc.nasa.gov>
Subject: Explorers: Mossy Spirals

 Something amazing happened when moss was grown aboard the Space
Shuttle Columbia during mission STS-87. The moss grew in perfect swirls
instead of the random way it does on Earth. The affects of zero-gravity
are fascinating to biologist Fred Sack, and he wants to study the moss
more. Come read more at - 

Liftoff to Space Exploration

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