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The NASA Wallops ‘artificial aurora’ rocket launch finally happened. Here’s what it looked like.
Washington Post
Early Thursday morning, the Terrier-Improved Malemute rocket launched from Wallops Island, Va., with a payload of colorful chemicals. Scientists wanted to study the movement and reaction of the upper atmosphere by filming man-made, glowing clouds.
NASA’s colorful clouds light up the skyCNN
A small NASA rocket created a burst of colorful clouds in the night skyThe Verge
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Published On: Thu, Jun 29th, 2017

The NASA Wallops ‘artificial aurora’ rocket launch finally happened. Here’s what it looked like. – Washington Post


Washington Post

The NASA Wallops 'artificial aurora' rocket launch finally happened. Here's what it looked like.
Washington Post
Early Thursday morning, the Terrier-Improved Malemute rocket launched from Wallops Island, Va., with a payload of colorful chemicals. Scientists wanted to study the movement and reaction of the upper atmosphere by filming man-made, glowing clouds.
NASA's colorful clouds light up the skyCNN
A small NASA rocket created a burst of colorful clouds in the night skyThe Verge
NASA Created a Dazzling Artificial Cloud Display Last NightGizmodo
CNET -Mashable -wtkr.com -wtvr.com
all 41 news articles »

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