Payloads: Astrobee/Integrated System for Autonomous and Adaptive Caretaking (ISAAC)-SoundSee: An...
Bio-Monitor is a Canadian onboard instrument that serves as a platform for scientific experiments on the ISS. The instrument performs on-orbit monitoring of crew member physiological parameters, with wearable sensors that only minimally interfere with crew member daily activities.
Photocatalyst: Following the completion of the month-long experiment, the Photocatalyst hardware was removed and stowed.
Photocatalyst demonstrates the use of a photocatalyst device to clean the cabin air and remove odor caused by volatile organic compounds.
The device converts VOCs into carbon dioxide and water.
The device and a non-photocatalyst control device will operate for at least four weeks before returning to Earth for analysis of the photocatalyst device's effectiveness.
The rHEALTH ONE Microgravity Demonstration is intended to establish whether the technology used by this modified, commercial off-the-shelf device can identify and analyze biomarkers, cells, microorganisms, and proteins in the spaceflight environment.
The device uses flow cytometry technology to sort and identify cells.
Boeing Orbital Flight Test 2 Mission Prep: Today the crew reviewed the OFT mission procedures and Starliner vehicle rendezvous and departure computer based training.
Advanced Resistive Exercise Device Cable Out of Pulley: This morning the crew reported hearing a clunk during ARED exercise and discovered that a cable had come out of its pulley.
Crew took photos and ARED was declared GO for bar exercise only while the detents are engaged.