Robotic arm captures dragon packed with science, When the International Space Station traveled more than 262 miles across the Northeast Pacific near Vancouver, British Columbia.
Expedition 62 flight engineer, Jessica Meir, grabbed the kite at 6:25 am and used the Canadarm2 space station’s robot arm, with NASA astronaut Andrei Morgan acting as a backup.
Ground Control now sends a command to start installing the spacecraft robot at the bottom of the station’s Harmony module.
At present, coverage of the planned NASA installation starts at 8:00 at night.
The Bartolomeo system is made by ESA (European Space Agency) and Airbus is attached to the outside of the Columbus European Module. Robotic arm captures dragon packed with science.
This facility was developed to offer commercial users and institutions new scientific opportunities from outside the space station. It offers a clear view of earth and space.
Possible applications are earth observation, robots, material science and astrophysics.
Organic chips as a platform to study the effects of space on human enterological physiology (Gut on Chip) examine the effects of microgravity and other space-related factors on stress factors in human innervated human gut chips (hiIC) from Emulate. Robotic arm captures dragon packed with science.
This organic chip device makes it possible to study physiology and organ diseases in a laboratory environment.
This allows automatic support, including imaging, sampling and storage in orbit, and molecular analysis of downstream molecules.
The production of cardiomyocytes from human-induced pluripotent stem cells that have been expanded in weightless (MVP Cell-03) investigates whether unweighted increases human cell production by human-induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSC). Robotic arm captures dragon packed with science.
This research causes stem cells to produce ancestral heart cells and process these cells on the space station to analyze and compare cultures that grow on earth.