NASA: 2 astronauts launch the most complex space mission ever

NASA said in a statement, Luca Parmitano and Andrew Morgan named astronauts began to change the cooling process of the device and this task is the most complex task ever tried, said.

The so-called Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) is a project developed by 600 physicists from 56 institutions and 16 countries. By measuring high-energy cosmic rays, AMS helps researchers research the nature of the anti-matter, the antimatter.

In addition, astronauts will remain in space for 6.5 hours, the device was reported to renew the cooling system.

Astronaut's work on the system is broadcast live by NASA.

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