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Dr. Tony Farnham

Senior Research Scientist

University of Maryland College Park

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University of Maryland College Park

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"Based on our observations, we calculate ...

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"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.


"Based on our observations, we calculate ...

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"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.


"Based on our observations, we calculate ...

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"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.


"Based on our observations, we calculate ...

waystoworld.com [cached]

"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.


"Based on our observations, we calculate ...

www.astrobio.net [cached]

"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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