Nasa To Send Bacteria Balloons Into Atmosphere During Eclipse

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https://gizmodo.com/why-nasa-is-launching-massive-balloons-of-bacteria-duri-1797899941

the bacteria will be piggybacked on ribbons of aluminum.

mars project, LOL, when they cannot even return to the moon? sounds like some kind of weird chemtrail project by NASA with the added bonus of infecting us from above. maybe its some morgellon project with all of the people outside looking up.
watch the screen, kids!




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Monday’s total solar eclipse will provide some much-needed wholesome enjoyment for all of us here in the United States. To make things even sweeter, NASA—in collaboration with researchers at Montana State University—will be seizing the opportunity to launch some giant balloons during the event.

Scientists aren’t sending up balloons because they’re super stoked about the eclipse, though they are (probably). These enormous balloons are part of a project aptly named the Eclipse Ballooning Project, and will be used to run several experiments, one of which could help researchers preparing for a mission to Mars.

Out of the total fleet of roughly 75 balloons, over 30 of them will carry small samples of an extremely resilient strain of bacteria called Paenibacillus xerothermodurans over 80,000 feet above Earth. The P. xerothermodurans samples will be attached to thin, aluminum “coupons” and attached to the outside of the balloons. According to the researchers, Earth’s stratosphere is similar to the surface atmosphere on Mars, so they’ll be able to get some idea of how bacteria might behave there.

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Ballooooooons. (Image Courtesy of Montana State University)
“We have to be extremely careful that we don’t bring bacteria or other tiny Earth organisms to other planets,” project leader Angela Des Jardins, Director of the Montana Space Grant Consortium (MSGC), told Gizmodo. “While most of these tiny forms of life that exists in abundance around us won’t survive the trip through space, it’s understood that some resilient types could ‘go dormant’ on the trip and then survive on the surface of the other planet. Therefore, in order to be prepared to keep planets we visit absolutely pristine, it’s important to understand how bacteria might behave there.”
 





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https://gizmodo.com/why-nasa-is-launching-massive-balloons-of-bacteria-duri-1797899941

the bacteria will be piggybacked on ribbons of aluminum.

mars project, LOL, when they cannot even return to the moon? sounds like some kind of weird chemtrail project by NASA with the added bonus of infecting us from above. maybe its some morgellon project with all of the people outside looking up.
watch the screen, kids!




article follows:

Monday’s total solar eclipse will provide some much-needed wholesome enjoyment for all of us here in the United States. To make things even sweeter, NASA—in collaboration with researchers at Montana State University—will be seizing the opportunity to launch some giant balloons during the event.

Scientists aren’t sending up balloons because they’re super stoked about the eclipse, though they are (probably). These enormous balloons are part of a project aptly named the Eclipse Ballooning Project, and will be used to run several experiments, one of which could help researchers preparing for a mission to Mars.

Out of the total fleet of roughly 75 balloons, over 30 of them will carry small samples of an extremely resilient strain of bacteria called Paenibacillus xerothermodurans over 80,000 feet above Earth. The P. xerothermodurans samples will be attached to thin, aluminum “coupons” and attached to the outside of the balloons. According to the researchers, Earth’s stratosphere is similar to the surface atmosphere on Mars, so they’ll be able to get some idea of how bacteria might behave there.

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Ballooooooons. (Image Courtesy of Montana State University)
“We have to be extremely careful that we don’t bring bacteria or other tiny Earth organisms to other planets,” project leader Angela Des Jardins, Director of the Montana Space Grant Consortium (MSGC), told Gizmodo. “While most of these tiny forms of life that exists in abundance around us won’t survive the trip through space, it’s understood that some resilient types could ‘go dormant’ on the trip and then survive on the surface of the other planet. Therefore, in order to be prepared to keep planets we visit absolutely pristine, it’s important to understand how bacteria might behave there.”
Strange...So the best time they could find to do this will be the 2 minutes of darkness?

Anyway, its deja vu because the Army tested 'germ warfare'
on the NYC subway by smashing lightbulbs full of bacteria
like aeons ago.
 





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