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Cool Science on the International Space Station Poster
ISS
May 16, 2018
NASA researchers are creating a spot colder than the vacuum of space inside the International Space Station. In 2018, a new atomic refrigerator will blast off for the space station. It’s called the Cold Atom Lab (CAL), and it can refrigerate matter to one ten billionth of a degree above... Read More
ISS
May 16, 2018
NASA researchers are creating a spot colder than the vacuum of space inside the International Space Station.
Cool Science on the International Space Station Poster
ISS
Apr 3, 2018
The International Space Station is a testbed for technologies that will allow astronauts to live comfortably during long journeys into the solar system.
The Sweet Smell of Life Support Poster
ISS
Mar 13, 2018
Scientists are learning more about combustion through a series of experiments on the International Space Station.
The Power of Studying Combustion on the ISS Poster
ISS
Dec 4, 2017
The International Space Station is more than just a bright light in the night sky. It is also an out-of-this-world research laboratory.
An Out of This World Research Lab Poster
ISS
Oct 10, 2017
Transient Luminous Events (TLEs) are flashes and glows that appear above storms and are results of activity occurring in and below those storms. Researchers are working to better understand lightning and thunderstorms, how they form and develop over time, and why storms produce different TLEs in... Read More
A Display of Lights Above the Storm Poster
Universe, ISS
Aug 11, 2017
The cosmic ray detector known as CREAM is headed for the International Space Station, with a goal of measuring the highest energy possible for direct measurement of high-energy cosmic rays.
The Mystery of High-Energy Cosmic Rays Poster
ISS
Jun 19, 2017
Scientists have been studying plant growth on the International Space Station. The results could help boost the productivity of both extraterrestrial and earthly gardens.
Space Gardening Poster
ISS
May 31, 2017
NASA studies are looking at the effects of space travel on the human body's immune system.
Your Immune System... In Space Poster
Earth, ISS
Mar 7, 2017
NASA has launched an ozone sensor to help monitor long-term change in the ozone layer. This sensor, called SAGE III, will be installed on the International Space Station in 2017.
Earth Observation from the Station Poster
ISS
Dec 13, 2016
A new NASA study on the International Space Station is investigating how different light spectra can be used to effect astronauts' sleep, or lack of sleep.
The Power of Light Poster 1
ISS
Aug 29, 2016
A DNA sequencer recently delivered to the International Space Station could open the door to exciting forms of research ranging from the search for life to the development of new pharmaceutical treatments.
Earth, ISS
Jul 28, 2016
As hurricane season unfolds, a helpful set of eyes mounted on the International Space Station allows scientists to observe massive storms from a special angle.
Global Wind Measurements Poster 1
ISS
May 27, 2016
For the first time, researchers have identified a genetic marker associated with a spaceflight medical issue. It is in the enzymes associated with the "1 carbon pathway."
One Carbon Metabolism Poster 1
ISS
Feb 23, 2016
About three quarters of ISS astronauts experience changes in the structure and function of their eyes. An experiment on the space station called the "Fluid Shifts Study" is investigating these vision problems in space.
Horn-rims and Funny Stockings Poster