Nanometer measuring instruments announced,Oxygen monitoring instruments to be launched in 2017

RTE 1 September, 2019 05:37:25 The International Space Station (ISS) is being upgraded with a suite of new instruments, including a new measuring instrument that can measure oxygen concentrations and measure the oxygen isotope, an indicator of the concentration of atmospheric oxygen, the International Space Agency said in a statement.

The new instrument, called OXYGEN MEGA, was designed by the French space agency CNES.

It will measure oxygen levels at the ISS and aboard other orbiting satellites.

It is designed to allow for direct comparison of the oxygen levels on board with those on Earth and could help researchers determine whether an atmospheric oxygen level is safe.

NASA said it will also launch two new instruments in 2017, the first of which is a spectrometer that can identify a type of volatile organic compounds.

These are commonly used in a variety of industrial processes and are emitted when the gas reacts with other substances.

The second instrument is a liquid-crystal spectromaker.

NASA has not revealed the instruments names.

In December, NASA said the new instruments would be used to assess whether the atmosphere has a “healthy” level of oxygen.

OXYGEMATECOMPANIC: The new instruments will help scientists determine the concentration and composition of atmospheric air in space.

In addition to measurements on the ISS, OXYGLOBAL MEGA will be used for the first time to study the ozone layer in the atmosphere.

It was designed to provide a global map of ozone depletion and help determine whether ozone-depleting chemicals have reached Earth’s atmosphere.

The instrument will also help scientists better understand the chemistry of ozone.

In 2016, NASA also upgraded the space station’s existing instrument with a new instrument called the COVID-19 Monitoring Instrument, which will measure COVID and other coronavirus infections.

The upgraded instrument will measure air pollution and other air pollutants in the upper atmosphere and measure levels of oxygen isotopes.

The COVID Monitoring Instrument will be installed aboard the ISS in 2017.

The two instruments will measure the amount of COVID infection and aerosol particle sizes, which are measured by measuring particles in the air.

The OXYGAVE COVID MEGA instrument will be located on the space lab’s exterior.

The space station was built and manned by Japan and France.

NASA and Japan are the only countries that operate satellites in orbit.

They have the ISS as their home base, although other nations have launched satellites from orbit.

The ISS has been the most popular place for astronauts to work since its launch in 1997, with more than 60,000 people working aboard the station.

NASA is also building an orbital laboratory on the Moon.

The Moon is a more hospitable place to live, with less toxic materials and a relatively low cost.

In March, the United States sent its first crew to the Moon, a feat that has attracted interest from other nations.

The United States has also sent astronauts to the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and other international space organisations.

A total of three Russian spacecraft have been sent to the ISS since 2011.

The International Civil Aviation Organization, an international group of governments, has said that there are more than 2,300 international spacecraft in orbit around Earth.

The Russian Soyuz capsule, which launched to the space centre in December, is currently the only Russian spacecraft to land on the ground on the surface of the Earth.