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Astronaut Malenchenko Carried out Over 50 Experiments on 6th Visit to ISS
13.08.2016 13:32
Astronaut Malenchenko Carried out Over 50 Experiments on 6th Visit to ISS
Yuri Malenchenko

"Dozens of experiments in various fields of science were carried out over the work period of the ISS-46/47 crew. 54 of them were conducted by Yuri Malenchenko. Important scientific data have been collected on the basis of their results", - a representative of the Cosmonaut Training Centre reported to journalists.

      As Yuri Malenchenko points out, one of the most significant was the succesful Expose-R experiment. In the course of it samples of organic and biological materials were placed on the external surface of the International Space Station. Yuri Malenchenko and his colleague Yuri Volkov took the block with samples back to the ISS during their  extravehicular activity in February.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Space Station Yuri Malenchenko Russian Astronauts   

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