The ISS National Lab publication highlights Alpha Space and MISSE

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UPWARD, the magazine of the ISS National Lab, has highlighted the exciting developments of Alpha Space’s testing platform — MISSE — in a recent article titled, “Tough Enough for Space: Accelerating Materials Testing With a New Permanent Platform.”

Click here to read the article which covers the legacy of MISSE, the current MISSE, and how the company is driving new understanding and breakthroughs.

Note, throughout the article MISSE is also referred to as MISSE-FF (MISSE flight facility).

 

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