Spectralis with OCT2 module installed at International Space Station

A Spectralis imaging platform with OCT2 module has been installed at the International Space Station, where it will be used to study space flight associated neuro-ocular syndrome, according to a press release from Heidelberg Engineering.
NASA launched the device on the Antares 230 Cygnus CRS OA-9, also known as Orbital Sciences CRS Flight 9E, from Wallops Island, Virginia, in May. It replaces the Spectralis OCT system that has been operational at the ISS since 2013.
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