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  1. AMINO to probe the origins of life

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    December 2, 2008

    The 3rd exobiology experiment devised by the LISA laboratory in Créteil, France, supported by CNES, lifted off on board a Russian Soyuz launcher on 26 November. Called AMINO, it aims to study the viability of certain organic molecules in space, like for example those found in comets.

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  2. The incredible journey of PSS!

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    April 1, 2016

    The Soyuz capsule which landed in Kazakhstan on March 2, 2016, brought back 3 astronauts to Earth. Among them, Scott Kelly broke the spaceflight record by living 342 days (and 520 cumulative days) in space. The capsule also brought back a French experiment which stayed even longer than him in space (588 days).

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  3. Unsettling time for AMINO in space

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    January 14, 2009

    The AMINO exobiology experiment supported by CNES was scheduled to be installed on the Russian module of the ISS on 23 December, but the EVA astronauts doing the job had to back-track after a last-minute electrical hitch.

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  4. Expose-R installed on the outside of the ISS

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    • Sciences et techniques

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    January 26, 2009

    After leaving Earth on November 26, 2008, the Expose-R instrument of ESA carrying nine experiments was set up outside the Russian module of the ISS on March 10. The objective of the mission is to analyse the effect of space environment on biological objects and molecules which are of interest to exobiology and/or planetology.

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  5. Results of the PROCESS experiment on board EXPOSE-E

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    • Sciences et techniques

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    June 11, 2012

    The PROCESS experiment (PRebiotic Organic ChEmistry on Space Station) on board EXPOSE consisted in expose samples mainly composed of organic molecules during 18 months in 2008 and 2009, outside the International Space Station.

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  7. Science

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    December 4, 2014

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  8. Mission

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    August 17, 2016

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  9. Experiments

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    December 4, 2014

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  11. Scientific results

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    December 4, 2014

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