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Houston, we have a dust problem: CSU-developed air samplers are spacebound

(Colorado State University) Astronauts aboard the International Space Station conduct research, fix equipment, perform space walks... and they vacuum. A portable air quality sampler based on the 'TPS100 (thermophoretic sampler),' a device developed collaboratively by Pittsburgh's RJ Lee Group and Colorado State University, will soon take a ride up to the ISS.
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