Science Launching on SpaceX’s 23rd Cargo Resupply Mission to the Space Station

The 23rd SpaceX cargo resupply mission carrying scientific research and technology demonstrations launches to the International Space Station from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in late August. Experiments aboard include an investigation of protecting bone health with vegetal byproducts, testing a way to monitor crew eye health, demonstrating improved dexterity of robots, exposing materials to the harsh environment of space, mitigating stress in plants, and more.

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