Changes in Nutrient Contents in Space Food After Long-term Space Flight (Space Food Nutrient) - 01.09.14

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Science Objectives for Everyone Changes in Nutrient Contents in Space Food After Long-term Space Flight (Space Food Nutrient) assesses the changes in nutrient contents in Japanese space foods after exposure to ISS environment for long-duration space flight.

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  • Space Food Nutrient examines the effect of exposure to microgravity on the degradation of select of Japanese foods.

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