StationLIFE: Space Laboratory – July04:33

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Published on January 23, 2018

Every month on StationLIFE, we’ll focus on a scientific area where the International Space Station is conducting groundbreaking research. This month, astronaut Tracy Dyson talks the station’s role as a one-of-a-kind microgravity laboratory.

The space station has a variety of multidisciplinary laboratory facilities and equipment available to support science that can’t be done anywhere else!. These capabilities have been built by NASA and its International Partners and can be made available on a time-shared basis to other US government agencies and private entities to pursue their own mission driven research and applications on the space station. If a scientist needs special equipment, NASA or CASIS will help develop that equipment. Disciplines include: Biology and Biotechnology, Human Research, Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, Technology and Educational Activities.

Be sure to check back every month to see more of how we’re working “Off the Earth, For the Earth.”

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