Russian audio-video recorders manufactured by Telesystems used by NASA to carry out scientific experiments in space

American aerospace agency NASA has selected audio video recorder mAVR-1 for use in the equipment for science experiments on board a scientific satellite Foton-M3. NASA has chosen the device Mavro-1, since this is the audio-video recorder, like no other device in the world, has an extremely low weight, size, power consumption, while providing high quality entries.

Experiments "Gecko" and "Regeneration" in orbit have been completed successfully. Here's what they say about the work of our specialists Mavro Aerospace Agency:

Much to our delight, the experiments all worked perfectly as much as we can tell from our preliminary observations. All the recorders (3 in spaceflight, and 3 in ground controls) worked without any problems and all the videos were decoded perfectly.

The mAVR1 captured the video and sound of the Foton M3 launch from inside the animal habitats for the IBMP / NASA experiments «Regeneration» and «Gecko». We were able to obtain important data about the behavior of the animals during the rocket launch and 9 minute ascent into orbit, and about the initial moments of animal adaptation to microgravity never seen before.

The mAVR1 also recorded the video and sound of the functioning of mechanical pumps delivering water to the animals. In all each recorder worked for 7.5 hours, mostly in space.

To our delight, all experiments were successful, as we expected. All recorders (3 on board and three on the ground) worked without any problems and all videos have been successfully decoded.

1 mAVR-recorded audio and video rocket launch from the Foton-M3 cells, where there was animal experiments in the IBMP / NASA «Regeneration" and "Gecko". We were able to get important, previously unknown, information on animal behavior during the launch of the missile, its 9-minute in-orbit delivery of the initial moments and animals adapt to weightlessness.

MAVR-1 also recorded the audio and video of a mechanical pump that supplies water to animals. Each of the recorders worked 7.5 hours, mainly in orbit.

Moors 1 — not the first device Telesystems has worked in the space. The pioneer was the serial buffer that was used for storing data in a physical experiment in 2000

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