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5/03/1997 - Frozen Smoke: Scientists discuss implications of Aerogel Research
Your household windows may one day have a whole new look - one that saves energy and money - but you won't be able to see it. NASA scientists from the Space Sciences Laboratory at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, in collaboration with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif. led by Dr. Arlon Hunt, are experimenting in space with a fascinating material called Aerogel.
 
8/10/1996 - First Space-Produced Aerogel Made on Space Sciences Laboratory Rocket Flight - Update
Results are now beginning to become available from the April 3 1996 rocket flight to produce the first space-made Aerogel. As described in the June 19 1996 Aerogel Headline Aerogel is the lightest solid known to mankind with only three times the density of air.
 
19/6/1996 - Frozen Smoke
First Space-Produced Aerogel Made on Space Sciences Laboratory Rocket Flight