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Oregon State University Uses NASA Centrifuge to Simulate Tsunami

Posted on Tuesday, August 20, 2019

A centrifuge that was used to spin astronauts around and test gravitational force on them, is now being used to simulate the effects of a large tsunami on the Oregon coast. The centrifuge is helping Oregon State University ARCS Scholar, Maggie Exton, to better understand the risks of a tsunami. KGW News featured the story.