Development of Procedures of Interactions of the Crew in the Russian Segment of ISS and the State Fishery Committee During the Process of Searching and Exploring Productive Fishing Regions in World Oceans (Seiner) - 11.22.16
Test of information support procedure by the ISS Russian Segment crews in full-scale conditions for scientific-searching and fishing operations performed by State Fishery Committee ships in the World ocean waters. Science Results for Everyone
Information Pending Experiment Details
V I. Sokolov, Russian Federal Research Institute of Fisheries and Oceanography (VNIRO), Russia
Sponsoring Space Agency
Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)
ISS Expedition Duration
October 2008 - September 2014
Investigation of the World ocean areas in the latitude belt of + or - 54 degrees for check search and determination of the current position coordinates of bioproductive water areas. Record of shape, structure and morphometric characteristics of color contrast formations observed from space in the given bioproductive ocean areas at certain conditions for sighting and sunlight.
Operational Requirements and Protocols
Camera Nikon D2X; Camcorder Sony HVR-Z1J; Laptop RSK2.
Decadal Survey Recommendations
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Development and experimental test of the interaction procedure between the crews of the ISS RS and the State Fishery Committee ships during the search and development of fishing productive areas of the World ocean.
Digital photo and video images of the World Ocean water area to be returned to the ground on a removable hard disk and video cassettes.
Energia - Science Research on the ISS Russian Segment
NASA Image: ISS020E014498 - Earth observation taken as part of Seiner operations by the Expedition 20 crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Seiner is a test of information support procedure by the ISS Russian Segment crews in full-scale conditions for scientific-searching and fishing operations performed by State Fishery Committee ships in the World ocean waters.
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