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The O/OREOS Space Environment Survivability of Live Organisms (SESLO) experiment will characterize the growth, activity, health and ability of microorganisms to adapt to the stresses of the space environment. Sensors within the SESLO payload will monitor the responses of biological organisms as they are exposed to radiation and weightless conditions in space for up to six months. The experiment is sealed in a vessel at one atmosphere and contains two types of microbes commonly found in salt ponds and soil in a dried and dormant state: Halorubrum chaoviatoris and Bacillus subtilis.