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NASA Studying Lake Erie Algal Bloom

by Storyful 6:43 mins

NASA Studying Lake Erie Algal Bloom

by Storyful 6:43 mins

Scientists from the NASA Glenn Research Center have been working to forecast future toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie after around 500,000 people in the Toledo, Ohio, area were left without drinking water earlier in August. The NASA team based in Cleveland began flights over the lake on August 5 with a S-3 aircraft fitted with a hyper-spectral imager and miniature spectrometers. The NASA researchers aim to detect and spot future algal blooms. Credit: YouTube/NASA

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