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summary of 2016 light microscopy module (lmm) physical science experiments on iss. update of lmm science experiments and facility capabilitiesThis presentation will feature a series of short, entertaining, and informative videos that describe the current status and science support for the Light Microscopy Module (LMM) facility on the International Space Station. These interviews will focus on current experiments and provide an overview of future capabilities. The recently completed experiments include nano-particle haloing, 3-D self-assembly with Janus particles and a model system for nano-particle drug delivery. The videos will share perspectives from the scientists, engineers, and managers working with the NASA Light Microscopy program.
Sicker, Ronald J. (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States) Meyer, William V. (Universities Space Research Association Boulder, CO, United States) Foster, William M. (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States) Fletcher, William A. (Alcyon Technical Services-JV, Inc. Huntsville, AL, United States) Williams, Stuart J. (Louisville Univ. Louisville, KY, United States) Lee, Chang-Soo (Chungnam National Univ. Taejon, Korea, Republic of)
May 19, 2017
October 29, 2016
Physics (General)Fluid Mechanics and ThermodynamicsOptics
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