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Exp 6 ISS Science-The Physics of Space Gardens



Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC


Sent: Monday, April 21, 2003 3:03 PM
To: NASA Science News
Subject: The Physics of Space Gardens

It couldn't happen on Earth: A tiny bubble of air hangs suspended inside
a
droplet of water. The heavy droplet rests in the cup of a delicate green
leaf, yet the stalk doesn't bend at all. A new picture from the
International Space Station (ISS) illustrates some of the strange
physics
of gardening in space.

FULL STORY
http://science.nasa.gov/ppod/y2003/21apr_greenbubble.htm

Have you missed any recent Space Station Pictures of the Day?  Check the
archives: http://science.nasa.gov/ppod/archive.html


Home page: http://science.nasa.gov

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