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/article/covid-19-infection-rates-lower-at-high-altitudes
Michael Stamp - On March 24, 2020, we ran a news article about how warmer weather appeared to hamper COVID-19 infections.1 New evidence could indicate that high altitudes might limit the spread of the disease as well. A recent report details how high-altitude...

/article/warm-weather-and-covid-19
Michael Stamp - Higher temperatures appear to correlate with a lower spread rate for the coronavirus, according to an early hypothesis.1 The climate seems to have an impact on other respiratory viruses like the SARS virus. The most recent analysis, developed by...

/article/iss-commander-returns-from-space
Michael Stamp - Col. Jeff Williams took his Bible with him to space. He posted this on Facebook, May 22: “Sunday thought…60 days into the stay at this orbital outpost. The weeks are flying by and they have been incredibly productive. Three of our...

/article/providence-provision-purpose-videoconference
Michael Stamp - On June 17, 2016, Col. Timothy Kopra turned over command of the International Space Station (ISS) to Col. Jeff Williams as Expedition 47 ended and 48 began. After completing 186 days in space, Expedition 47 crew members returned home. NASA...

/article/videoconference-with-iss-commander
Michael Stamp - On June 17, 2016, Col. Timothy Kopra turned command of the International Space Station (ISS) over to Col. Jeff Williams as Expedition 47 ended and 48 began. After completing 186 days in space, Expedition 47 crew members returned home. NASA...

/article/next-giant-leap-nasa-iss-experiments
Michael Stamp - When Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon on July 20, 1969, the feat captured the world’s imagination. Numerous missions followed, including the Space Shuttle program and the massive International Space Station (ISS) currently orbiting our...

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