Low Temperature Physics: 29, 456 (2003); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1542527 (5 pages)
Major trends of low-temperature physics and technology on International Space Station Russian Segment
N.A. Anfimov, B.V. Bodin1, V.I. Lukjashchenko, V.V. Suvorov, and M.M. Tsymbaljuk
The central research institute of mechanical engineering Street. Pionerskaya, 4,. Korolev, Moskov. Province 141070, Russia
Received December 19, 2002
The main trends of evolutionary development of the Long-Term Research and Experiment Program on the International Space Station Russian
Segment (ISS RS) are reported. They take into account the proposed modification of the ISS final configuration, the existing proposals on joint research, the tendencies of the world scientific community to improve productivity of research programs on the ISS. The basic lines in low-temperature physics and technology are considered.