Help Chicks In Space take plants for a spin in space

Help Chicks In Space take plants for a spin in space

Welcome to the new American space program. Chicks In Space are teenage sisters with a 6-year history of space research. They want to send nanoEton, their spinning plant growth experiment, to the International Space Station. But they need your help.

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Portland State's Celere Microgravity Program

Nasa sponsors the Celere program, short for Capillary Effects on Liquids Exploratory Research Experiments, to expand the number of schools conducting microgravity research. Hosted by Portland State University, the program challenges students to develop experiments that investigate the effect of microgravity on capillary action.

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