NanoRacks LLC says difficulties discovered with the activation of recently returned experiments flown aboard the International Space Station will not affect upcoming company research endeavors planned for the orbiting science laboratory, including the ongoing operations of two NanoLab platforms and a soon-to-launch variable gravity centrifuge facility. The company began an inquiry following the return of the 29 Soyuz mission on July 1 with three U.S., Russian and European station ...


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