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The evolution of distance between omega particles in metastable beta Ti- 15Mo alloy (8.1 in at. %) was determined from in-situ small angle neutron scattering (SANS). SANS data were recorded during heating of the material from room temperature to 600 °C with the heating rate of 1 °C/min. The results agree with previously determined ordering of omega particles in a cubic three-dimensional array with the axes along the cubic axes [100]beta of the host lattice. The distance between particles, which increases with temperature, was investigated in three orientations with the incident beam parallel to [100]beta, [110]beta and [111]beta.