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Research Article

CIB: An Improved Communication Architecture for Real-Time Monitoring of Aerospace Materials, Instruments, and Sensors on the ISS

Table 3

Materials on the International Space Station Experiment Seven (MISSE7) flown on ISS from November 2009 to May 2011.

Short experiment nameAPIDExperiment descriptionProvider

MCPE1300Multicore processor single event upset testingNaval Research Laboratory
GRC experiment set1301SiC transistor health testing [12], H2 sensor, and zenith/nadir AO monitorNASA GRC
SEUXSE1302Xilinx FPGA SEU TestingSandia National Laboratory
Not used1303
Not used1304
CIE1305CMOS imager experimentAssurance technology
FTSCE II1306Solar cell health monitoring [1418]NRL, NASA GRC, and AFRL
Boeing ram side experiment1307Materials testingBoeing
HyperX1308High performance low-power processor, SEU testing [19]NASA GSFC
SpaceCube “A”1309Advanced processor design SEU testing [20, 21]NASA GSFC
SpaceCube “B”1310Advanced processor design SEU testing [20, 21]NASA GSFC
Wake AO fluence monitor1311Wake atomic oxygen fluence monitor/thermal control paints ExperimentNASA GRC
Boeing wake side experiment1312Materials testingBoeing
AFRL wake 11313Tribology measurementsAFRL Dayton, U of Florida
AFRL wake 21314Tribology measurementsAFRL Dayton, U of Florida
AFRL ram 11315Tribology measurementsAFRL Dayton, U of Florida
AFRL ram 21316Tribology measurementsAFRL Dayton, U of Florida
iMESA1317Miniaturized electrostatic analyzer [22]U.S. Air Force Academy
LTESE1318Lead-free technology experiment in space environmentMSFC
Ames1319Thermal protection systems sensorsNASA ARC, NASA LaRC, NASA JSC, and Boeing
Boeing PICA1320Materials testingBoeing
Ram atomic oxygen fluence monitor/thermal control paints experiment1321NASA GRC