Climate research is among the ISS cargo.

Long-distance dust storms can affect the Earth's climate, weather, vegetation, and more.

EMIT will map atmospheric dust and aid researchers in understanding its effects.

Ten different "fresh stains," which are typically found on the orbiting laboratory, as well as "aged stains," will be tested by astronauts.

This mission will measure the temperature of cloud tops and the ocean surface to improve our understanding of the concentration of phytoplankton,

This mission will also demonstrate Tiled Ionic Liquid Electrospray (TILE) propulsion technology.

The spaceship is rotated into place by these tiny thrusters so that cameras and other instruments can work.

The U.S. Space Force's 45th Weather Squadron forecasts a 70% chance of favorable conditions for launch.

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