Pa. students' science experiment set for space launch

12/2/2013 | Daily Local News (West Chester, Pa.)

A science experiment designed by students at a STEM academy in Pennsylvania will be tested aboard the Orbital Sciences Cygnus spacecraft when it lifts off this month. The experiment will measure the speed at which a common medication is digested and absorbed in an anti-gravity environment. The students, who will compare the results from the Cygnus with a similar experiment on Earth, will present their findings at a conference in Washington, D.C., this summer.

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