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Tony Farnham

Senior Research Scientist

University of Maryland College Park

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waystoworld.com

"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 13 gallons or 49 litre of water each second," said Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) in the US.


scitechdaily.com

"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 2 billion billion billion water molecules, equivalent to about 13 gallons or 49 liters, each second," said team member Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at UMCP.


spaceref.com

"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 2 billion billion billion water molecules, equivalent to about 13 gallons or 49 liters, each second," said team member Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at UMCP.


waystoworld.com

"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 13 gallons or 49 litre of water each second," said Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) in the US.


www.astrobio.net

"Based on our observations, we calculate that at the time of the observations the comet was producing about 2 billion billion billion water molecules, equivalent to about 13 gallons or 49 liters, each second," said team member Tony Farnham, a senior research scientist at UMCP.


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