NASA highlights past MISSE successes and the importance of its future

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NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center demonstrates the uniqueness of the MISSE flight facility, its past successes and the importance of its future in the article titled “Material Samples to be Tested on the International Space Station.” Click here to read the article.

Pictured: An astronaut mounts a previous version of the MISSE hardware to the International Space Station during a spacewalk. Credits: NASA

 

 

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