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    PASADENA, Calif. - In a clever reuse of hardware originally built to test parts of NASA's QuikScat satellite, the agency will launch the ISS-RapidScat instrument to the International Space Station in 2014 to measure ocean surface wind speed and direction. The ISS-RapidScat instrument will help improve weather forecasts, including hurricane monitoring, and understanding of how ocean-atmosphere interactions influence Earth's climate.

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    Sea Plankton on Space Station, Russian Official Claims AUG 21, 2014 // BY MIRIAM KRAMER, SPACE.COM : Discovery News

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