New ISS Water Monitoring Tool Could Save Time, Weight

Credit: ISS: NASA
MARCY-L’ETOILE, France—French space agency CNES and biotechnology specialist bioMe?rieux have agreed to proceed with the development of Aquapad, a device designed to detect microbial contamination of drinking water aboard the International Space Station (ISS) more quickly than its existing system...

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