The B.USOC (Belgian User Support and Operations Centre) is an operational centre hosted since its creation in 1997 at the Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy. The B.USOC aims to provide technical and operational support to Belgian scientists in the preparation, implementation and exploitation of their experiments/missions, independently of the field of space research. As part of the Belgian contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), the B.USOC has contributed to the Odissea mission and has been facility responsible centre for several European Space Agency (ESA) experiments on board the Columbus module.

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