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Hawaiian squid head to space to help understand astronauts’ health, thanks to a UH Manoa Ph.D. graduate

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                                Paul the squid, above, was raised at the UH Kewalo Marine Laboratory. More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3.
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Paul the squid, above, was raised at the UH Kewalo Marine Laboratory. More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3.

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                                More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3. Squid eggs are seen above.
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More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3. Squid eggs are seen above.

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                                Researchers are using the squid to study the effects of spaceflight on beneficial interactions between microbes and animals. Randall Scarborough, lab manager, with Paul the squid.
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Researchers are using the squid to study the effects of spaceflight on beneficial interactions between microbes and animals. Randall Scarborough, lab manager, with Paul the squid.

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                                Randall Scarborough, lab manager, and Margaret McFall-Ngai, principal researcher at UH’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory, on June 11 with Paul the squid.
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Randall Scarborough, lab manager, and Margaret McFall-Ngai, principal researcher at UH’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory, on June 11 with Paul the squid.

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                                Paul the squid, above, was raised at the UH Kewalo Marine Laboratory. More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3.
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                                More than 120 baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were sent to the International Space Station on June 3. Squid eggs are seen above.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Researchers are using the squid to study the effects of spaceflight on beneficial interactions between microbes and animals. Randall Scarborough, lab manager, with Paul the squid.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Randall Scarborough, lab manager, and Margaret McFall-Ngai, principal researcher at UH’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory, on June 11 with Paul the squid.