Hungarian experiments in the scientific consignment of SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft (article in Hungarian)

The latest commercial mission of US billionaire Elon Musk, a private space company, SpaceX, called CRS-19, set off on December 5, 2019, for the International Space Station with more than 2,550kg of cargo, 952kg of which is scientific tools and equipment.

A Hungarian company, InnoStudio Zrt., Is also participating in the scientific mission in the framework of cooperation with a Japanese space industry company (Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation). The company is a member of the ThalesNano / Darholding group, one of the largest innovative technology networks in Central Europe. As part of the experiment, a newly developed chemical formulation device was launched, which also includes samples from the Hungarian company. The demonstration device was installed in the Columbus laboratory of the European Space Agency…

Read the full Hungarian article on piacesprofit.hu

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