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Astrochemistry on the EXPOSE/ISS and BIOPAN/Foton experiments

  • H. Cottin (a1), Y. Y. Guan (a1), P. Coll (a1), D. Coscia (a1), N. Fray (a1), F. Macari (a1), F. Stalport (a1), F. Raulin (a1), C. Szopa (a2), D. Chaput (a3), M. Viso (a4), M. Bertrand (a5), A. Chabin (a5), F. Westall (a5) and A. Brack (a5)...

Abstract

We describe three space experiments designed to expose to space conditions, and more specifically to solar UV radiation, selected samples of organic and mineral material.

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