Cryogenics in Space…

It’s all about Cryogenius.

Cryogenics in Space…

Wow, a temperature of -270073.15°C, a few billionth degrees above absolute zero; that makes Cryogenius happy! And that flies around at 28,000 km/h at 400 kilometres above our heads in the space station ISS.

In the attached article (NRC, the science section of 12 June 2020) we can read that outside the phase states solid, liquid, gas and plasma we also have a fifth state in the form of bose-einstein condensate! Demaco is very proud of the fact that equipment, designed and manufactured in Noord-Scharwoude, also contributes to various research projects in this fascinating laboratory.

It’s all about Cryogenius.

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