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 Jan. 22, 2003 --- Biological experiments by students from six countries are being conducted aboard Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-107. This video shows the progress of four Space Technology and Research Students, or STARS, program experiments. The experiment subjects shown are silkworms, ants, a chemical garden and carpenter bees.
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 Jan. 22, 2003 --- STS-107 Mission Specialist Laurel Clark works on the Bioreactor Demonstration System, or BDS, experiment inside the SPACEHAB Research Double Module on Space Shuttle Columbia. BDS is growing prostate cancer cells for study by scientists on the Earth.
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 Jan. 22, 2003 --- This video was downlinked live during Flight Day 7 from Space Shuttle Columbia. It supports the STS-107 Mediterranean Israeli Dust Experiment, or MEIDEX, which is studying the effects of airborne dust particles on the Earth.
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