Simulate a lab environment in a microgravity environment for JEM shared experimental facilities

The clean bench grand model simulates a space for operating life science experiments using the JEM shared experimental facilities in a microgravity environment and for microscopic observations.
This is used for crew training and for experiment feasibility confirmation tests.
This has the same specs as the clean bench flight model. This uses temperature control, phase-contrast/fluorescent microscope and internal surveillance camera.
Note: Japanese Experiment Module or JEM is another moniker for Kibo, Japan’s manned space facility

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JEM Utilization Center, Human Spaceflight Technology Directorate

Department JEM Utilization Center, Human Spaceflight Technology Directorate
Installation location Space Experiment Laboratory, 1st floor (Gravity contrast experiment lab 2/life system)
Sample dimensions Medium-size cannister: W 210 mm × H 80 mm×D 130 mm
Grand model Main body: Work chamber, front chamber, and phase-contrast/fluorescent microscope
External support devices
Temperature control range Temperature control: 20 to 38°C
Phase-contrast/fluorescent microscope Object lens: 4x, 10x, 20x, and 40x
Other External camera port connection
Fees Basic fee: 76,194 yen + (Daily unit price: 39,560 yen × number of test days)

*This is a reference price as the usage fee fluctuates in line with the test details. Inquire using the form below for details.