In the Plenary Session #1 of the Space Nuclear Conference 2005, Samuel C. C. Ting gave a presentation on the AMS-02, the second "Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer." The first, AMS-01, flew aboard the Space Shuttle during Mission STS-91. The AMS homepage is - http://ams.cern.ch/AMS/ams_homepage.html An experiment to search in space for dark matter, missing matter & antimatter on the international space station. AMS-02 is scheduled for launch Oct 2005, but that depends on the Shuttle Schedule. AMS-02 is a relatively large experiment designed to look at the distribution of numerous elements (ions) and anti-particles in the galactic cosmic radiation. It has a time resolution of 100 ps and a spatial resolution of 10 microns. It has 8 planes of silicon solid-state detectors, representing 8 m2 of detector area, with 200,000 channels. AMS II Mechanical Integration Homepage - http://rbecker.home.cern.ch/rbecker/AMSII.html The inductance of the AMS-02 magnets is 50 H and the current is 460 A for a stored energy level of 5 MJ.