ISS: Assembling the Big Lab
ISS Elements

ISS: Assembling the Big Lab

The process of assembling the International Space Station (ISS) has been under way since the 1990s. Zarya, the first ISS module, was launched by a Proton rocket on 20 November 1998.

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ISS: How such a big thing was made?
ISS Blueprint

ISS: How such a big thing was made?

The manufacturing of ISS took a modular approach where different countries and space organisation taking the lead and control in design and manufacturing of each modules, which were ~40 in count.

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ISS: History and Construction
Space Station Freedom design as of early 1991.

ISS: History and Construction

We will cover the history and construction of ISS.The project began as Space Station Freedom, a US only effort, but was long delayed by funding and technical problems.

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Cool Facts about ISS

There are only two bathrooms on ISS. The urine of both the crew members and laboratory animals is filtered back into the station’s drinking water supply.

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Experiments at ISS (Part 2)
Candle flame in zero gravity

Experiments at ISS (Part 2)

We will see some of the cool and important experiments that have been carried out at ISS (and couldn’t have been possible elsewhere).

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Experiments at ISS (Part 1)
NASA Image: NASA astronaut Nicole Stott, Expedition 20/21 flight engineer, is pictured near the Mice Drawer System (MDS) in the Kibo laboratory of the International Space Station.

Experiments at ISS (Part 1)

Some of the cool and important experiments that have been carried out at International Space Station

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