On November 16, 2022, two ATOM Phantoms were launched into space as part of the Artemis I mission. The first unmanned mission sought to understand potential radiation to women, who tend to be more sensitive to radiation exposure. The ultimate goal of these missions — sending the first woman astronaut to the moon

Learn how our solutions, typically used for measuring radiation dose in cancer treatment and imaging procedures, served a different purpose in space.

The Science & The Heart Behind Helga & Zohar:
Two ATOM Phantoms Launched Into Space

As we celebrate National Women's History Month, we're proud to play a small, but vital, role in supporting safe space travel for women on this historic mission to the moon.

Follow along with the mission here >

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