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The Space Station Fluids & Combustion Facility (FCF) is a modular, multi-user facility to accommodate microgravity science experiments on board the US Laboratory Module of the International Space Station. The FCF shall be a permanent facility aboard the ISS, and will be capable of accommodating up to ten science investigations per year. It shall support the NASA Science and Technology Research Plans for the International Space Station which requires sustained systematic research of the effects of reduced gravity in the areas of fluid physics and combustion science. The FCF is being developed by the Microgravity Science Division (MSD) at the NASA Glenn Research Center.


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