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August 10, 2014 12:00 AM

UNC Pembroke students fly at zero gravity with NASA

UNC Pembroke students conducted experiments high in the sky and at zero gravity through NASA’s Minority University Research Education Program this July. Dedicated research and preparation granted the students two weightless flights with astronauts – an experience that can help launch their science and technology careers.

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