The primary data to be collected is of both short- and long-term interest to NASA as it supports the development of a wide variety of systems including air revitalization, water recovery, water management, habitation, waste water treatment, condensing heat exchangers, and other contaminating systems such as plant and animal habitats, laundering and hygiene, food rehydration and dispensing, and others. Highly wetting systems relevant to coolants, cryogens, and propellants are also addressed. Our Phase III effort anticipates flight operations on ISS, complete with crew procedures development, flight hardware qualification, crew training, space-to-ground communications, flight data collection and reduction, NASA web video archive, and publication. The capillary two-phase flow facility is unique for life support on spacecraft due to the aqueous working fluid. Several commercial aerospace companies are currently developing life support capabilities. We will work to establish contacts with such groups during the Phase I/II effort in hopes of delivering similarly successful solutions to them as part of the Phase III effort. We will also contact our many collaborators in the field concerning the long-term multi-user nature of the apparatus.