Resupplies for current investigations that launched aboard the NG-15.
BioScience-4 – Studying the multiplication of nervous system stem cells in microgravity. (Returned on SpaceX-21)
Micro-14A – Studying the effects of spaceflight on Candida albicans (C. albicans), a pathogenic yeast that can infect the human body. (Returned on SpaceX-21)
Micro-16 – Determining loss of muscle mass and strength in space on humans by investigating the effects of space on tiny worms (Launching on NG-15)
MISSE-SEED – Investigating the effects of long-duration space radiation exposure on seed quality and storage (Launching on NG-15)
Rodent Research-10 (RR-10) Mission – Investigating how microgravity affects the cellular and molecular mechanisms of normal bone tissue regeneration in space. (Returned on SpaceX-21)
Brazing of Aluminum alloys IN Space (BRAINS) – A possible solution for the repair and construction of damaged space vehicles and habitats.
Dendrite Fragmentation and Morphology During Melting and Solidification (DFM) – Examines potential ability to produce metals with higher strength, both in space and on Earth.
Gravitation Effects on Distortion in Sintering (GEDS) - Exploring liquid-phase sintering as a means to perform in-space fabrication and repair. (Returned on SpaceX-21)
Joint Space Biology & Physical Sciences
- Bacterial Adhesion and Corrosion (BAC) Study – Keeping water in space free from bacteria. (Returned on SpaceX-21)
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