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NASA, water tests debunk claims by activists

Wednesday 12th of April 2017 09:23:02 AM



Satellite imagery depicting pictures of what was purported to be a coal spill from the Abbot Point port into wetlands have been shown as a clear misrepresentation of the satellite imagery supplied by NASA.



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NASA, water tests debunk claims by activists

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Satellite imagery depicting pictures of what was purported to be a coal spill from the Abbot Point port into wetlands have been shown as a clear misrepresentation of the satellite imagery supplied by NASA. Read Full Story Here


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Abbot Point coal terminal expansion challenge to be heard in Supreme Court

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