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Cargo Spacecraft Progress To Bring New Equipment To The ISS
24.10.2006 11:28
Cargo Spacecraft Progress To Bring New Equipment To The ISS

Russian cargo spacecraft Progress, which was launched yesterday, carries new scientific equipment for measuring neutron flows inside the International space station.
      The Progress also carries food, water and fuel for the ISS crew.
      The unit BTN, developed in the Russian Institute for Space Research contains the detector of high-energy neutrons, similar to that installed aboard the Mars Odyssey research vehicle. Scientists have been using said device for measuring Marss neutron radiation for five years.
      Source: ITAR-TASS


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