Earth and space sciences

Name Expected
Experiments Results
BTN-Neutron Study of fast and thermal neutron fluxes.
Vsplesk Monitoring seismic effects of high-energy particle bursts in near-Earth space.
Microsatellite Investigation of physical processes during the atmospheric lightning discharges based on microsatellite (MS) Chibis-M using Progress cargo transport vehicle (CTV).
Molniya-Gamma Investigation of the atmospheric gamma-ray bursts and optical radiation in conditions of the thunderstorm activity.
Obstanovka Study in ISS near-surface zone of plasma-wave processes during superlarge spacecraft and ionosphere interaction.
Radar-Progress Study of reflecting characteristics of plasma nonuniformities by the ground observation equipment, generated in the ionosphere during the onboard engine operation of Progress cargo transport vehicle.
Relaksatsia Investigation of optical phenomena in atmosphere occurring during re-entry of bodies into rarefied upper atmosphere.
Seiner Development test of the interaction procedure between the crews of the International Space Station Russian Segment and the State Fishery Committee ships during the search and development of fishing productive areas of the World ocean.
Uragan Generation of computer-aided data bases on the recorded catastrophic events. Preliminary working out decoding criteria for downlinked images of catastrophes along with their classification.
Ekon-M Experimental investigations to assess possible utilization of ISS RS for ecological survey of industrial areas
Napor-mini RSA Development test of technology of a small-size synthetic-aperture radar based on microstripline active phased antenna arrays in the interests of solving tasks for nature management, ecological control and emergency situations monitoring.
Seismoprognoz Development test of methods of monitoring electromagnetic and plasma forerunners of earthquakes, emergency situations and technogenic catastrophes.
Dubrava Monitoring of forest ecological systems.
SCENARIO Assessment of the development of catastrophic and potentially hazardous phenomena based on the results of Scenario space observations
Terminator Observation in the visible and near infrared ranges of the spectrum of layered formations at the upper mesosphere the lower thermosphere altitudes in the vicinity of the solar terminator

ISS Crew

Hoshide  AkihikoHoshide

leg Novitskiy Novitskiy

Petr Dubrov Dubrov

Mark Vande Hei Vande Hei

Robert Shane

Megan McArthur McArthur