LOGAN, Utah—Tucked among nearly 6,000 lb. (2,722 kg) of cargo heading to the International Space Station on Aug. 14 is a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center-built cubesat intended to test if a center with expertise in building large, expensive spacecraft can accomplish some big science in a small ...

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