The new fluid could be used on airplanes like the one shown in the picture.
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The Wonder Fluid
News story originally written on August 12, 1997
NASA has designed a fluid that does wonders. The fluid keeps ice from building up on airplanes. It also could be used on roads in the winter so they would not be icy. The fluid is also very safe. It is made from ingredients that are safe to put into food.
The new fluid is a strange color - lime-green!
The fluid is now being tested by the government. It could be used in the future, so watch out for a lime-green fluid being used on your streets during the winter!
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