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Expedition Two : Open for Business: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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Title: Expedition Two : Open for Business: by National Aeronautics and Space Administration  
Author: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (U.S.), NASA reference publication
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And Space Administration, N. A. (n.d.). Expedition Two : Open for Business. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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Overview: Second Crew?s Flight Will See Station Open For Business Relieving a crew that transformed the International Space Station into a home, the second station crew will spend four months aboard the complex that will see the research outpost open for business, beginning scientific work while continuing to grow in size and sophistication. The mission of the station?s Expedition Two crew Commander Yury Usachev and Flight Engineers Jim Voss and Susan Helms will be highlighted by the arrival of the complex?s first major experiments; the installation and checkout of a Canadian developed station robotic arm; and the installation and initial space walks from a new station airlock designed for both U.S. and Russian spacesuits. Already larger than any space station in history at the time they arrive, once Usachev, Voss and Helms conclude their mission, the station will have reached a significant plateau of self-reliance: able to sustain and maintain itself for long periods, capable of ongoing research activities and prepared to continue to grow for years to come...

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Table of Contents Overview ....................................................................................................................... 1 Crew.............................................................................................................................. 3 Payload Operations Center...........................................................................................5 Experiments Advanced Astroculture _ (Advasc).................................................................................. 7 Active Rack Isolation System (ARIS)? ARIS ISS Characterization Experiment (ARIS ICE)........................................................ 8 Bonner Ball Neutron Detector......................................................................................... 9 Crew Earth Observations (CEO)................................................................................... 10 Commercial Generic Bioprocessing Apparatus (CGBA)............................................... 11 Protein Crystal Growth?Biotechnology Ambient Generic (PCG-BAG) ............................................ ..................................................................... 12 Bonner Ball Neutron Detector....................................................................................... 13 Dosmap (Dosimetric Mapping) ..................................................................................... 14 EXPRESS Rack............................................................................................................ 15 Effects of Altered Gravity on Spinal Cord Excitability (H-Reflex) .................................. 16 Human Research Facility Rack 1.................................................................................. 17 Crewmember and Crew-Ground Interactions During ISS Missions (Interactions) ........................................................................................... 18 Experiment of Physics of Colloids in Space (PCS)....................................................... 19 Payload Equipment Restraint System (PERS) ............................................................. 20 Phantom Torso ............................................................................................................. 21 Acceleration Measurements Aboard the International Space Station........................... 23 Space Acceleration Measurement System II (SAMS-II) ............................................... 23 Microgravity Acceleration Measurement System (MAMS)............................................ 24 Sub-Regional Assessment of Bone Loss In the Axial Skeleton In Long-Term Space Flight ............................................................................ 25

 

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