American scientists work in a NASA lab room at the Institute for Biomedical Problems in Moscow in late May, following the landing of the Bion-M1 satellite. They worked for about 24 hours straight to prepare mouse specimens for study. Joseph Tash, a professor at the Kansas University Medical Center, can be seen in the back of the room facing forward, with a magnifier atop his head.

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