TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. —An experiment created by Michigan high school students will be conducted by astronauts at the International Space Station. The experiment was created by freshmen Hattie Holmes, Langley Nelson, Kale Cerny and Lainey Wickman. WWTV-TV reports it is the third experiment by Traverse City West Senior High School students to be chosen for NASA's international "Student Spaceflight Experiments Program." In the experiment, bacteria are grown on silicon to create oxygen that can be used to recycle water.
Traverse City students chosen for NASA's international "Student Spaceflight Experiments Program."
Posted: 6:22 PM, Jan 19, 2019
Updated: 2019-01-19 23:22:51Z
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