ISS To Expand Cosmic Ray Observation Role

Credit: Dragon: SpaceX
HOUSTON—The International Space Station is poised to become quite the clearing house for galactic cosmic ray analysis, with the arrival early Aug. 16 of the 12th NASA-contracted SpaceX Dragon resupply mission and a research-rich 6,400-lb. cargo. The science bounty includes the 1.4-ton ISS Cosmic Ray...

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