It probably is not surprising that a school in Oklahoma, where fossil-fuel production is a linchpin of the local economy, would be developing space technology that can help the oil and gas industry. What is surprising, however, is the fact that the technology is also valuable to climate-change scientists. After all, their work has been questioned by powerful supporters of the state’s fossil-fuel industry, including Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt—President Donald ...
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