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Operations and Experiments at the International Space Station on March 11, 2014

On March 11, the crew of ISS Russian segment will monitor the undocking of the Soyuz TMA-10M from the ISS (the Poisk module) and upload the digital data for Napor-mini RSA experiment into TVM-1N computer. The crew will also carry out the radiation dose measurements based on telemetric data.

The following scientific experiments are being carried out at the ISS Russian segment:

Study of physical conditions in space in the ISS orbit:

Matryoshka-R (Studies of radiation environment dynamics along the flight path and in ISS modules, as well as radiation accumulation in the anthropomorphic phantom located inside ISS) - exposure of assembled passive detectors.

Biomedical research:

Biorisk (Study of the effects of space factors on the condition of microorganism/substrate systems related to the problem of ecological safety of space technology and planetary quarantine) - exposing the samples

Geophysics and near-Earth space:

Obstanovka (Studies of plasma-and-wave processes of the interaction of ultra-large spacecrafts with the ionosphere in the surface area of ISS) - automatic mode.

Uragan (Experimental verification of the ground and space-based system for monitoring and predicting natural and man-made disasters development) - observation and photography.

Seismoprognoz  (Testing methods and technical means for natural and man-made disasters monitoring and ecological monitoring) - functioning of the automatic temperature control system.

Technical studies and experiments:

Vynoslivost (Examining the effects of spaceflight on mechanical properties of space-related materials) - exposure of containers with samples on the ISS’s outside surface.

Control (Monitoring of the station’s outer atmosphere and exterior and viability of materials and coatings in space) - automatic mode ;

Vector-T (Testing a high-precision system to predict the station’s trajectory) – collecting and processing archival telemetric data;         

Sreda MKS (ISS environment, a complex study of ISS parameters as a technical environment for various kinds of research) - automatic mode.

Identification (the identification of  perturbation producers in microgravity disorders at the ISS).

Izgib (a study of the influence of the on-board systems functioning modes on the ISS flight conditions) – is carried out in automatic mode in parallel with the docking of the Progress M-21M cargo transport spacecraft.

Space biotechnology:

Laktolen (Determining of the exposure effect on the growth, genetic and physiological properties of laktolen-producing strain during an orbit flight)

Calcium (Study of the effects of microgravity on the solubility of calcium phosphates in water) - exposing the canisters

Study of the solar system:

BTN-Neutron (Study of fast and thermal neutrons fluxes) - automatic mode.

Remote sounding of the Earth:

Econ-M (Obtaining information for environmental examination of activity areas from the ISS Russian segment) - observation and photography.

ISS crew commander Koichi Wakata (JAXA) , flight engineers Mikhail Tyurin (Roscosmos )  and Rick Mastracchio (NASA) continue working as the current 39 ISS expedition crew.

Roscosmos press service

Дата:  11.03.2014



Предстоящий запуск Date: September 26, 2014
Launch Vehicle: Soyuz-FG
Payload: Soyuz TMA-14M
Launch Site: Baikonur, Pl. 1, Launcher 5



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