A Freezer is an Essential Part of Every Lab—Even in SpaceApril 25th, 2012
If you’re considering doing a set of experiments in a laboratory, you’d like to have an idea what facilities are available. Of course, you can get there and identify deficiencies then add in the equipment and supplies you need, but it’s rather inconvenient. If the lab you’re considering is on the International Space Station, it’s not just inconvenient to fill those gaps—it’s impossible. That’s why NASA takes care to make sure the capabilities of the space station are well characterized, and well communicated to potential users. You’ll be happy to know that a laboratory freezer is part of the facility. To learn more about the General Laboratory Active Cryogenic ISS Experiment Refrigerator, you can visit the NASA page on the subject.
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