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Unformatted text preview: The second launch was in Antarctica The second launch is delayed again by bad weather, and despite a few initial complications the launch is successful Upon landing the parachute misfired and dragged the telescope around the ice in Antarctica It was dragged 120 miles which is the same as the distance from Philadelphia to Washington DC it was destroyed down to its metal skeleton The pressure vessel that contains all of the data collected was found 3 miles behind the actual telescope Blast found that 70 percent of light that comes from space comes from stars that are light years away It also created a map that shows all of the galaxies in the universe and it will take at least 15 years to analyze all of the data that Blast found on the second trip Blast! By Mark Devlin is working to get his documentary played nationally in the US and has signed a deal with the Discovery Channel...
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- Spring '10