Science: NASA Creates Open Database of Space Station Research (International Space Station Information System)
NASA is opening its files on research conducted aboard the International Space Station. The space agency hopes the crowdsourcing will stimulate new research on the orbiting laboratory.
The information database is called Physical Science Informatics and was created by specialists at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. All search results at the website are sortable and inc and was crelude combustion science, complex fluids, fundamental physics, materials science and biophysics.
[Clip]You do not have to be a researcher to access the informatics system, but you do have to register. NASA wants to know who is accessing this particular data system.
Direct to Physical Science Informatics Database
See Also: Additional Details: NASA Drives Future Discoveries with New International Space Station Information System (via NASA)
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