Space science in 360° | Cosmic Kiss
Immerse yourself in 360° of science with ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer as he prepares an experiment to examine how human cells behave in weightlessness.
The Cytoskeleton experiment is a biological study that aims to determine the changing function of RhoGTPases when in vitro cell cultures are exposed to weightlessness. It will run in the Biolab facility of Europe’s Columbus laboratory.
In this video, we see Matthias remove Cytoskeleton cell cultures from the Minus Eighty Lab Freezer ISS (MELFI) and prepare them in the Life Sciences Glovebox (LSG) before installing the experiment in Columbus’s BioLab.
Matthias was launched to the International Space Station for his current Cosmic Kiss mission on 11 November 2021. In his approximately six months on board, he will support over 35 European experiments and many more international experiments in orbit.
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A azáfama da ciência espacial …que nos leva ao conhecimento humano e do universo nesta ligação tão intrínseca na missão Cósmic Kiss!! Obrigada ESA por estas imagens interessantes…
I saw some dust…😒 wear mask, please🙏🏻
Cuando regresan abajo no paran de romperle las pantallas a las tablets y los teléfonos por ir dejándolos en los sitios más absurdos.
ESPETACULAR _. INCRÍVEL
Love this so much! We dropped a rap explaining the James Webb Space Telescope and it's made me lowkey obsessed with space 🔥🔥🔥🔥🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀