Project Highwater Was A NASA Mission To Release Water Into Space

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In the early days of spaceflight, we didn't have computers to tell us what would happen in any potential scenario. Instead, NASA engineers just had to send stuff up and watch what happened. Project Highwater was one such project. Find out why it took place in the video below.

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