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Astronaut conducts heart research on station with former colleague

20:00 EDT 24 Mar 2020 | AAAS

(NASA/Johnson Space Center) When NASA astronaut Jessica Meir recently slipped her hands into the Life Sciences Glovebox on the International Space Station to conduct a new investigation on heart tissues, she brought a lengthy scientific collaboration full circle.

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