AQH Microscope Checkout (AQH Microscope Checkout) - 09.17.14

Overview | Description | Applications | Operations | Results | Publications | Imagery
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The Microscope Observation System is a remotely controrable microscope for various biological experiments, especially for aquatic experiments with medaka or zebrafish. Initial checkout for subsequent science experiments that utilize the Microscope Observation System.

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Information provided courtesy of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA).

Experiment Details

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Principal Investigator(s)
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Co-Investigator(s)/Collaborator(s)
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Developer(s)
JAXA TKSC Space Environment Utilization Center, Tsukuba, , Japan

Sponsoring Space Agency
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Sponsoring Organization
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Research Benefits
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ISS Expedition Duration
March 2013 - Ongoing

Expeditions Assigned
35/36,43/44,45/46

Previous ISS Missions
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Experiment Description

Research Overview

  • The Microscope is to be checked for possible signs of physical damage upon arrival at ISS.

  • The Microscope is to undergo mechanical, electrical, and thermal testing in a functional checkout, to ensure those systems exhibit proper functional operation.

  • A checkout of the Microscope must be accomplished before science operations begin.

Description
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Applications

Space Applications

The Microscope will support various life science experiments on ISS, especially for real-time imaging on board.

Earth Applications

The Microscope will support various life science experiments on ISS in which the results will provide benefits to human on Earth.

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Operations

Operational Requirements

Defines constraints and requirements necessary to complete the investigation (number of subjects or observations, spacing of observations, downlink of data, return of samples, etc.).

Operational Protocols

Descriptive overview of the investigation on orbit procedures.

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Results/More Information

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Related Websites

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Imagery

image System Configuration in MSPR WV. Image courtesy of JAXA.
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AQH Micrscope. Image courtesy of JAXA.

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image System Configuration on MWA. Image courtesy of JAXA.
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