The DLR TEMPUS facility for researching melting in microgravity has a twin on the ISS. In the TEMPUS experiments, liquids can be examined in unique ways; metals and alloys can be positioned and melted using electromagnetic fields. In this way, the molten material is not contaminated through contact with another material, such as a crucible. In microgravity there are no disruptive flows in the molten material, as would occur under normal gravitation. In the 31st DLR parabolic flight campaign, a new thermal imaging camera was used. It can be used to study metals that melt at low temperatures.