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Re: Bowling in Space?
BrianBailey   7/29/2013 5:00:56 PM
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I have a call into Mathworks to try and get more information on these. Hopefully I will have more information shortly

Tom Murphy
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Bowling in Space?
Tom Murphy   7/29/2013 2:54:26 PM
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I'm wondering... Why are these things shaped like bowling bowls?  I'm assuming space is at a premium in the space station. Wouldn't a square shape be more effective in that environment?

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JanineLove   7/25/2013 10:46:37 AM
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Cool Brian. Can you find out more about the space station app?



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