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Title: The Development of the Low Temperature Microgravity Physics Facility
Authors: Chui, T.
Holmes, W.
Lai, A.
Croonquist, A.
Eraker, J.
Abbott, R.
Mills, G.
Mohl, J.
Craig, J.
Balachandra, B.
Gannon, J.
Issue Date: 10-Sep-2000
Citation: International Symposium on Microgravity Research and Applications in Physical Sciences and Biotechnology
Sorrento, Italy
Abstract: We describe the design and development of the Low Temperature Microgravity Physics Facility, which is intended to provide long duration (4.5 months) low temperature (1.4K) and microgravity conditions for scientists to perform breakthrough investigations on board the International Space Station.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14298
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