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Radi-N2 Bubble Detector experiments on the ISS begin

On Monday, December 3rd, 2018, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques boarded the International Space Station following a successful launch on the Soyuz spacecraft earlier that day.

As part of the Radi-N2 experiment, BTI‘s bubble detectors were deployed on the Soyuz and David will use them to start conducting measurements in January. To commemorate the launch, David was given specially-made BTI stickers and patches, which were also brought on to the ISS.

To learn more about BTI’s bubble detectors, please view this page on our website. For more information on the launch, click here.