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LOS ANGELES, CA | August 10, 2017 Emissions Test Specialists work to remove the car being tested from the testing bay, unhooking all of safety measures, as well as the cables and wires measuring the emissions output. The California Air Resources Board’s Arie Jan Haagen-Smit Laboratory tests the emissions on thousands of cars, motorcycles, lawnmowers, boats, and other things with engines annually. The facility is named for Haagen-Smit a Dutch scientist who discovered the link between vehicle emissions and L.A. smog. (Melissa Lyttle for The New York Times)
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LOS ANGELES, CA | August 10, 2017 Emissions Test Specialists work to remove the car being tested from the testing bay, unhooking all of safety measures, as well as the cables and wires measuring the emissions output. The California Air Resources Board’s Arie Jan Haagen-Smit Laboratory tests the emissions on thousands of cars, motorcycles, lawnmowers, boats, and other things with engines annually. The facility is named for Haagen-Smit a Dutch scientist who discovered the link between vehicle emissions and L.A. smog. (Melissa Lyttle for The New York Times)