The March 2018 issue of the BIS/Spaceflight magazine featured an article on the current and upcoming Bradford glovebox facilities on the ISS.

Bradford glovebox facilities have flown into space already during the shuttle missions of the 1990s. Since 2002 the Microgravity Sciences Glovebox (MSG) is one of the most intensively utilized facilities aboard the International Space Station. In the Summer of 2018 the largest glovebox ever flown, the Life Sciences Glovebox with its 420 liter work volume, will be delivered to the station, enabling new and unique possibilities for on-orbit research.

The BIS/Spaceflight article can be accessed below (courtesy of the British Interplaneary Society).

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