EXPERIMENT PLATFORM

ScienceBox

Your small cube for great possibilities

The ScienceBox

The ScienceBox is our research platform which was developed for reconfigurable ecosystem experiments in micro gravity on ISS. Due to our longtime experiences in space and on earth with governmental requirements we are experts in the field of research in
low earth orbit. As such we have a modular construction system developed independent from the ISS, safe and divisible. This system allows our customers and partners to execute experiments in space efficient, reliable and high performance but simultaneously faster and more beneficial as before.

The Science Box Offers

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compatible with the complete ScienceShell Hardware portfolio

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Reconfigurable experiment set-ups for microgravity research

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Short test periods – quick to apply

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Clear cost strategy through transparent planning

Your Benefits

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Execute your own ideas and experiments in micorgravity

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Advance your internal research and development

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Create a competitive advantage for your business

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real time HK data monitoring and commanding

Hardware SPECIFICATIONS

Cube sizes: 1U, 2U, 4U or 7U. Properties of 1U:

Volume: approximately 1 l, Cube with 10x10x10 cm (≈ 4“x 4“x 4“)

Data: Capable of real time data collection and microsecond time stamping up to 10 MB per minute.

Mass: up to 2 kg

Power: 7,5 watt total; provided 3.3, 5 and 12-volt power rails

Provided Services: Power Telemetry, Imaging, cloud-based Customer Portal

VARIOUS EXPERIMENTS POSSIBLE

Inside the ScienceBox you can process most different experiments from various fields, e.g. biosystems, pharmacologic research or material science. Take your crucial competitive advantage in research and development.

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Case Study ScienceBox

kiwi Team Supports MMARS2 Final Integration with ISU at the Université de Strasbourg

A small team from kiwi travelled to Strasbourg to help with the final integration of the MMARS2 project which is to be launched to the ISS with SpaceX CRS-15, current launch date 29th of June.

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