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92/341 Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/United States of America/Japan, 1984. Click to enlarge.

Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/United States of America/Japan, 1984

Made 1984

Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/USA/Japan, 1984

Summary

Object No.

92/341

Object Statement

Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/United States of America/Japan, 1984

Physical Description

Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/USA/Japan, 1984

Production

Made

1984

Source

Credit Line

Gift of The Rachel Forster Hospital, 1992

Acquisition Date

13 April 1992

Cite this Object

Harvard

Experimental apparatus, Aggregation of Red Cells, Space Shuttle experiment, Australia/United States of America/Japan, 1984 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 July 2019, <https://ma.as/126967>

Wikipedia

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This object is currently on display in Space at the Powerhouse Museum.

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