By: Jesse Emspak, LiveScience Contributor
Published: 04/04/2013 02:11 PM EDT on LiveScience
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This team of undergraduate researchers with a bold mission: to design, build, and launch high powered rockets from scratch, and eventually reach the outer limits of Earth's atmosphere.
Rocket fuel pollution in water and soil are bigger problems than you might think. In recent years, EPA has detected perchlorates in public water systems in 28 states and territories.
Perchlorate, aka Rocket Fuel, is a component of fireworks, munitions and yes, rocket fuel. It can also be found in drinking water, milk, lettuce, and human breast milk.
If rocket fuel in baby food isn't enough to push through meaningful environmental legislation, what on earth is?
ATLANTA — Traces of a chemical used in rocket fuel were found in samples of powdered baby formula, and could exceed what's considered a safe dos...
While just about everyone is agonizing over the 700 billion dollars we're going to spend on bailing out financial institutions, our pro-life ...
For years, the Department of Defense has used every bureaucratic trick in its playbook to keep the EPA from regulating a highly toxic water pollutant that results from the manufacture of rocket fuel.
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