Miscible Fluids in Microgravity (MFMG): A zero-upmass investigation on the International Space Station

@article{Pojman2007MiscibleFI,
  title={Miscible Fluids in Microgravity (MFMG): A zero-upmass investigation on the International Space Station},
  author={John A. Pojman and Nick Bessonov and Vitaly Volpert and Mark S. Paley},
  journal={Microgravity - Science and Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={19},
  pages={33-41}
}
Miscible Fluids in Microgravity (MFMG) was a zero-upmass investigation performed on the International Space Station. The goal of MFMG was to determine if interfacial phenomena seen with immiscible fluids could be seen with miscible fluids. The experiments had to be performed with existing materials on the ISS. Honey and water were chosen as the fluids, and urine collection syringes were used as the vessels in which the experiments were performed. In March 2004 (Increment 8) Dr. Michael Foale… CONTINUE READING