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Station Tour: Harmony, Tranquility, Unity

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  • Station Tour: Harmony, Tranquility, Unity

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams starts off her tour of the International Space Station with a look at its nodes -- Harmony, Tranquility and Unity -- which include the crew's sleeping quarters and hygiene station.

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    Cupola and Leonardo:


    Zarya and Zvezda:

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  • Station Tour: Cupola and Leonardo

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams continues the tour of the International Space Station with a look at the station's observation deck, known as the cupola, as well as the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device in the Tranquility node, before heading into the Leonardo Permanent Multi-Purpose Module.

    Harmony, Tranquility, Unity:


    Destiny, Columbus, Kibo:


    Zarya and Zvezda:

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  • Departing Space Station Commander Provides Tour of Orbital Laboratory

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    In her final days as Commander of the International Space Station, Sunita Williams of NASA recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory and downlinked the video on Nov. 18, just hours before she, cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency departed in their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft for a landing on the steppe of Kazakhstan. The tour includes scenes of each of the station's modules and research facilities with a running narrative by Williams of the work that has taken place and which is ongoing aboard the orbital outpost.

  • ISS - International Space Station - Inside ISS - Tour - Q&A - HD

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    NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams gives us the best inside tour of the International Space Station (ISS). How do astronauts live on the ISS? How do they go to the bathroom? How to the eat food? What Kinds of special equipment and technology do they need and use? Is the International Space Station real and not a hoax?

    All these questions are answered in this short documentary.

    The International Space Station (ISS) which is a space station in low Earth orbit. First launched into orbit in 1998, and now its the largest artificial body in orbit and can often be seen with the human naked eye. The crew can only stay in space orbit for several months maximum, then then must return to Earth. Science experiments are performed. The ISS interior consists of pressurized modules, external trusses, solar arrays, and other components. ISS components have been launched by Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets as well as American Space Shuttles. NASA and many other countries help construct it.

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  • Station Tour: Harmony, Tranquility, Unity

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams starts off her tour of the International Space Station with a look at its nodes -- Harmony, Tranquility and Unity -- which include the crew's sleeping quarters and hygiene station.

  • Station Tour: Russian Segment

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams concludes her tour of the International Space Station with a visit to the Russian segment, which includes Zarya, the first segment of the station launched in 1998, and Zvezda, the central command post. She also takes a look at the Poisk and Rassvet modules where Soyuz spacecraft are docked.

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  • Life on Station

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    B-roll of life aboard the International Space Station. Image credit: Courtesy NASA

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  • ISS Tour: Kitchen, Bedrooms & The Latrine | Video

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    Expedition 33 commander Suni Williams showcase the sleeping accomodations, how the bathroom is utilized, brushing teeth in microgravity and the common room with food. Harmony, Tranquility and Unity are the nodes toured.

  • ★ Tour the International Space Station - Inside ISS - HD

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    A tour on the inside of the International Space Station - ISS with expedition 18 Commander Mike Fincke.

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    ISS - The Space Station is a collaboration of 15 nations working together to create a world-class, state-of-the-art orbiting research facility. ISS -The Station is much more than a world-class laboratory; it is an international human experiment.

    The International Space Station ISS is a space station, or a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit. It is a modular structure whose first component was launched in 1998. Now the largest artificial body in orbit, it can often be seen at the appropriate time with the naked eye from Earth. The ISS consists of pressurised modules, external trusses, solar arrays and other components. ISS components have been launched by American Space Shuttles as well as Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets.

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  • ONE OF THE MOST DETAILED ISS TOUR!!!

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    One of the most detailed tours of the ISS from American astronaut Steven Swanson!!!

  • Grand tour of the International Space Station with Drew and Luca | Single take

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    ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano and NASA astronaut Drew Morgan take you on a unique tour of the International Space Station shot in one take with two cameras strapped together. Luca and Drew take it in turns to guide you through the modules and spacecraft docked to the orbital outpost.

    Starting from the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft that bought Drew to the Space Station, the duo show each module and spacecraft docked with the International Space Station at the time it was recorded around the New Year 2020. Passing colleagues include NASA astronaut Jessica Meir and Christina Koch exercising and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Skripochka.

    This is the first tour of the International Space Station with two astronauts presenting and the first done in a single take.

    At the time of recording three supply vehicles were docked, the Russian Progress MS-13, Space-X’s Dragon-19 and Northrup Grumman’s Cygnus-12, as well as two astronaut vehicles the Soyuz MS-15 and Soyuz MS-13.

    The map overlay graphic erroneously shows the future Nauka module instead of Pirs. The Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module Nauka is planned for launch in the future and will replace Pirs, but we put it on the map already.

    Skip to specific modules or features such as the toilets using the timestamps below:

    0:00 Soyuz MS-15
    4:53 Zvezda service module
    8:01 Pirs
    9:27 Mini Research Module-2 (MRM-2)
    10:30 Soyuz MS-13
    11:44 MRM-2
    12:27 Progress
    13:19 Functional Cargo Block (FGB)
    17:12 Mini Research Module-1 (MRM-1)
    19:36 Pressurised Mating Adapter
    20:42 Node-1 Unity
    22:46 Northrup Grumman Cygnus-12
    27:32 Quest Airlock
    29:27 Node-3 Tranquility
    30:58 T2 Treadmill
    31:17 Toilet
    33:38 Cupola at night
    34:11 Permanent Multipurpose Module Leonardo (PMM)
    36:42 US laboratory Destiny
    37:45 Robotics station for Canadarm2
    38:40 Exercise bike
    42:21 Node-2 Harmony
    44:40 Space X Dragon
    46:35 European laboratory Columbus
    49:53 Japanese laboratory Kibo
    56:17 Space Station fly through
    01:00:43 Cupola daytime
    01:04:27 Goodbye from Cupola

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  • How to use the Bathroom in Space

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    One of the most frequent questions we get about life on Space Station is how to use the toilet…Here’s a quick look at the answer!
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  • Doing Your Nails and Hair in Space - Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s Tips | Video

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    The ESA astronaut tours the Space Station bathroom and gives a tutorial on how nails are cut, hair is washed, teeth are brushed and more. - Samantha's Space Station Snacks Video:

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  • Karen Nyberg Shows How You Wash Hair in Space

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    There are many challenges associated with living on the International Space Station. Things that are easy to do on Earth where there is gravity can be difficult in space, for astronauts have been living for more than a decade aboard the space station and have developed a few tricks that make these everyday tasks easier. Expedition 36 Flight Engineer Karen Nyberg shows how she washes and rinses her hair in microgravity aboard the International Space Station

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  • How to make ISS ROBLOX rocket tester

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    Here is a full tutorial on the ISS in Roblox rocket tester. This is an updated version for the parts and the new meshes. I want to take a moment and say that the audio quality was messed up but is getting better over time. I hope you enjoy this video and dont forget to like and subscribe.

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  • International Space Station bathroom tour

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    Join ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti as she shows how astronauts on the International Space Station keep clean.

    From soap to water and cutting your nails, everything is different in space. Samantha demonstrates her ways to ‘shower’ depending on how much time she has.

    The astronauts on the Space Station spend as much time as possible on science. During her 40-hour working week Samantha runs many experiments from Italy’s ASI space agency and ESA, and takes part in even more from scientists all over the world.

    Samantha is living and working on board the International Space Station as part of the six-strong Expedition 42 and 43 crew. Follow her Futura mission at

  • NASA SpaceX Crew Dragon Docks with International Space Station

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    NASA SpaceX Crew Dragon Docks with International Space Station

  • Life on Board the International Space Station: from launch to return - A vida na estação espacial

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    Life on Board the International Space Station: from launch to return - A vida na estação espacial - Terra Plana

    The International Space Station is a space station, or a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit. Its first component launched into orbit in 1998, and the ISS is now the largest artificial body in orbit and can often be seen with the naked eye from Earth.
    The lSS consists of pressurised modules, external trusses, solar arrays, and other components. lSS components have been launched by Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets, and American Space Shuttles.

    The ISS serves as a microgravity and space environment research laboratory in which crew members conduct experiments in biology, human biology, physics, astronomy, meteorology, and other fields. The station is suited for the testing of spacecraft systems and equipment required for missions to the Moon and Mars. The lSS maintains an orbit with an altitude of between 330 and 435 km (205 and 270 mi) by means of reboost manoeuvres using the engines of the Zvezda module or visiting spacecraft. It completes 15.54 orbits per day.

  • Hilary Swank Visits NASA | Netflix

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    Hilary Swank, who plays an astronaut in the new Netflix Drama AWAY visited NASA's Johnson Space Center back in February of 2020 to meet astronauts Karen Nyberg and Jessica Meir and experience a day in the life of a real astronaut.

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    Commander Emma Green leaves behind her husband and daughter to lead an international crew of astronauts on a perilous three-year mission to Mars.

  • Look Back at Earth with NASA Astronaut Andrew Morgan

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    On Friday, April 6, 2020, NASA Astronaut Andrew Morgan began his day by taking a peaceful look back at our planet, out of the International Space Station’s cupola. The cupola serves as a place for astronauts to gaze back at Earth, and take photographs as a part of the Crew Earth Observations investigation. Images like the ones Morgan is taking here, can help us monitor how our planet is changing over time, and inform important scientific research.

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  • Kommentierte 3D-Tour durch die Internationale Raumstation ISS

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    Setzen Sie Ihre 3D-Brille auf und folgen Sie uns zur Internationalen Raumstation ISS. Besichtigen Sie alle Module dieses von Menschenhand geschaffenen Weltraumlabors, das in 400 km Höhe über uns fliegt.

    Dieses Video wird den Besuchern des ESTEC, dem Technologiezentrum der ESA in den Niederlanden, gezeigt.

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  • One of the Coolest Things Weve Experienced! | Camper Van Life S1:E48

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    Behind-the-scenes NASA tour of the International Space Station Mock up at Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas. Watch the Next Episode:

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  • Meet Mike Hopkins, Crew-1 Commander

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    My family means everything to me. It is the most important part of my life.

    Born in Lebanon, Missouri, NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins has spent 166 days in space and is about to launch on his second mission on Nov. 15, 2020, when he and his three crew mates lift off aboard the NASA SpaceX Crew-1 mission to the International Space Station. Hopkins has a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Illinois and a master's degree in aerospace engineering from Stanford University.

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  • Station Tour: Destiny, Columbus, Kibo

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams continues the International Space Station tour with a look at the Destiny, Kibo and Columbus laboratory modules as well as the Quest airlock.

    Harmony, Tranquility, Unity:


    Cupola and Leonardo:


    Zarya and Zvezda:

  • Station Tour: Zarya and Zvezda

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams concludes her tour of the International Space Station with a visit to the Russian segment, which includes Zarya, the first segment of the station launched in 1998, and Zvezda, the central command post. She also takes a look at the Poisk and Rassvet modules where Soyuz spacecraft are docked.

    Harmony, Tranquility, Unity:


    Destiny, Columbus, Kibo:


    Cupola and Leonardo:

  • Station Tour: Harmony, Tranquility, Unity

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    Expedition 33 Commander Sunita Williams starts off her tour of the International Space Station with a look at its nodes -- Harmony, Tranquility and Unity -- which include the crew's sleeping quarters and hygiene station.

  • Station Tour: Cupola and Leonardo

    6:08

    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams continues the tour of the International Space Station with a look at the station's observation deck, the cupola, as well as the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device in the Tranquility node, before heading into the Leonardo Permanent Multi-Purpose Module.

  • Station Tour: Destiny, Columbus, Kibo

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams continues the International Space Station tour with a look at the Destiny, Kibo and Columbus laboratory modules as well as the Quest airlock.

    Harmony, Tranquility, Unity:


    Cupola and Leonardo:


    Zarya and Zvezda:

  • SpeedyTime 6 – International Space Station Tour

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    More internal space than a six-bedroom house, on a vehicle that would cover a football field: how long to take the tour? In this week’s “SpeedyTime” feature, Expedition 52 flight engineer Jack Fischer flies us through his home in space, from bow to stern, in just 3:18—please prepare for take-off.
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  • Astronauts Test Tools Spacesuits Facilities in Preparation for Moonwalks

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    NASA Tests Tools, Spacesuits, Facilities to Prepare for Moonwalks

    At NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, teams are testing tools and developing training approaches for moonwalks astronauts will conduct on the lunar surface during Artemis missions. As part of a test series that occurred in August and September 2020, astronauts in a demonstration version of NASA’s exploration spacesuit and engineers in “hard hat” dive equipment simulated several different tasks crew could do on the surface of the Moon. The tests focused on evaluating Johnson’s facilities for Artemis spacewalk testing, development, and crew training.

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  • Station Tour: Kibo, Columbus, Destiny

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    Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams continues the International Space Station tour with a look at the Destiny, Kibo and Columbus labs as well as the Quest airlock.

  • Virtual Field Trip to International Space Station

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  • International Space Station Science

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    Astronaut Ron Garan takes you on a tour of the International Space Station's research facilities, which have contributed to advances in materials, environmental science, medicine and our understanding of the human body, our planet and the universe.

  • NASA Astronauts Share Inauguration Message From the Space Station

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    NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Glover, Kate Rubins and Mike Hopkins shared a special inaugural message while aboard the International Space Station, orbiting 200 miles above the Earth's surface.

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    Editor: Lacey Young

  • U.S. Commercial Cargo Ship Arrives at the International Space Station

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    On April 22, hours arriving at the International Space Station, Orbital ATK’s Cygnus resupply ship was captured by Expedition 51 Flight Engineer Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency and Commander Peggy Whitson of NASA using the Canadarm2 robotic arm. Later, Cygnus was installed to the Earth-facing port of the Unity module where it will reside for the next three months. Cygnus is packed with 7,600 pounds of supplies and research for the crew aboard the orbiting laboratory

  • ISS Mike Fincke Crew Quarters Tour 04 03 09

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    Expedition 18 commander Mike Fincke provides a brief tour of the crew quarters on the International Space Station.

  • International Space Station Leonardo PMM Relocation

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    On 27 May 2015, the International Space Station's Leonardo Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM) was detached from the Earth-facing port of the Unity module and robotically relocated to the forward port of the Tranquility module. This move cleared the Unity port to be used in conjunction with Harmony’s forward port for the future arrival of commercial crew and cargo vehicles.
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  • Jazz Connection - Tranquility Station

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  • Harmony and Balance for Inner Health and Tranquility

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  • International Space Station for Kids

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    Learn about the International Space Station, from its gradual creation to its current habitat for research and space discovery.

  • ISS Update - Nov. 19, 2012

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    The International Space Station video update for Nov. 19, 2012.

  • Narrated 3D tour of the International Space Station

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    Put your 3D glasses on and take this narrated tour of the International Space Station. Visit all the modules of humankind’s weightless laboratory orbiting Earth 400 km above.

    The narration is available in six languages:
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    This video is shown to visitors at ESA’s technical heart ESTEC in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

    A 2D version is also available on our website:


    NOTE: We have noticed that the 3D does not work well on all
    browsers. It seems it works best with FireFox vr. 46. IE & Chrome have issues with the 3D.

  • Harmony & Tranquility

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  • Space Station 360: Harmony

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    Explore the International Space Station’s Harmony module in this full panorama with your mobile phone or VR headset.

    This 360° panorama lets you explore the International Space Station’s fifth module, Harmony. It was launched on 23 October 2007 aboard Space Shuttle Discovery to link the Columbus, Kibo and Destiny laboratories.

    Harmony was developed for NASA under an ESA contract with European industry. Its structure is based on that of the Multi-Purpose Logistics Modules and the Europe’s Columbus.

    Explore Harmony in YouTube, Flickr or Facebook format with your mobile phone and virtual-reality headset, or take the full tour including all Space Station modules with videos and extra information below. We will release a new Space Station module in 360° every week on Thursday.

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  • Russia reveals plans to launch its own space station in 2025

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    Russia reveals ambitious plans to launch its own space station in 2025. The Russian space agency Roscosmos declared the ISS unsafe and a risk to life.

    Russia reveals plans to launch its own space station in 2025.

    A top Kremlin official warned that 'disaster' was looming for the ISS, putting the lives of crew members at risk due to its age - by 2025 is will be 27 years old and was originally designed to last between 15 and 30 years, according to NASA

    Dmitry Rogozin, chief of the Russian space agency said work had already begun on the first module of a new station, expected to go into orbit early in 2025
    INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION MODULES 
    The station is made up of 16 pressurised modules that humans can enter and work or live inside.

    Including four Russian modules, nine US modules, two Japanese modules and one European module.

    US modules: Zarya, BEAM, Leonardo, Harmony, Quest, Tranquility, Unity, Cupola, and Destiny

    Axiom Space has proposed a new commercial module for the station that would connect where the PMA-2 'space shuttle docking port' is based. 

    The ISS is made up of 16 modules including four built and funded by the Russian space agency, nine from the US, two from Japan and one from Europe.  

    There are talks of extra commercial modules being added to the station in the future, including one proposed by current NASA commercial partner Axiom Space.

    Roscosmos confirmed that its new space station would be made up of five modules including a 'commercial module that can accommodate four tourists.'  

    Moscow is also threatening to pull out of the ISS, and other western cooperations, amid high tensions over espionage claims, hacking and Ukraine.

    Russian deputy premier Yuri Borisov said the ageing ISS is becoming too unreliable and risks serious consequences, adding 'we cannot endanger the life of [the crew].'

    'The situation, which is today linked to the ageing structures and iron, could trigger irreversible consequences and even a disaster. This must be prevented.'

    Talks are underway with its international participants including the US and Russia about using the station beyond 2024 but Moscow is already building its own facility. 

    Rogozin - a close ally of Vladimir Putin - said: 'The first core module of the new Russian orbital station is in the works.' 

    Vladimir Soloviev, a senior executive with RSC Energia said the commercial module will have two large windows and wifi access for the visitors. 

    Russia has shared images and video of the first module that will make up a core part of its new hi-tech orbital base, which is expected to include a tourist hotel

    The International Space Station (ISS, pictured) is a $150 billion science and engineering laboratory that orbits 250 miles (400 km) above Earth and costs $4 billion a year to operate
    The configuration will be based on the old Mir space station, operated by the USSR and later Russia, from 1986 to 2001 - the first modular space station ever built.

    The modules will be blasted into orbit using the Angara-A5 launch vehicles from Plesetsk or Vostochny cosmodromes, Roscosmos confirmed. 

    Launched in 1998 and involving Russia, the US, Canada, Japan, and the European Space Agency (ESA), the ISS is one of the most ambitious international collaborations in human history.

    The station cost an estimated $150 billion to launch, has been extended multiple time and costs about $4 billion per year to operate.  


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    러시아, 2025 년 자체 우주정거장 발사 계획 공개

    러시아는 2025 년에 자체 우주정거장을 발사하려는 야심 찬 계획을 밝혔습니다. 러시아 우주국 (Roscosmos)는 ISS가 안전하지 않으며 생명에 위험하다고 선언했습니다.

    크렘린의 한 고위 관리는 ISS에 '재해'가 다가오고 승무원의 생명을 위험에 빠뜨리고 있다고 경고했습니다. 2025 년에는 27 세가 될 것이며 원래 15 ~ 30 년 동안 지속되도록 설계되었습니다.

    러시아 우주국의 드미트리 로고진 국장은 새로운 기지의 첫 번째 모듈에 대한 작업이 이미 시작되었으며 2025 년 초에 궤도에 진입 할 것으로 예상한다고 말했습니다.
    국제 우주 정거장 모듈

    스테이션은 사람이 들어가서 작업하거나 내부에서 살 수있는 16 개의 가압 모듈로 구성되어 있습니다.

    러시아 모듈 4 개, 미국 모듈 9 개, 일본어 모듈 2 개, 유럽 모듈 1 개가 포함됩니다.

  • UNITY: The start of ISS orbital assembly | SpaceByte

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    The second module of the International Space Station, Unity, was sent into space in December 1998 aboard space shuttle Endeavour during its STS-88 mission, and began the first of many flights dedicated to assembling this multinational outpost.

    The launches of Zarya and Unity began the second phase of the International Space Station program, which would see the addition of several pieces, culminating with the first crews to occupy the outpost on a long-term basis.

    CORRECTION: At about 2:26, it was incorrectly stated that Sergei Krikalev would be the commander of Expedition 1. He was, in fact, a flight engineer for the mission. NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd was the commander for that mission.

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  • Spacesuits for the Next Explorers

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    Get a behind the scenes look at the creation of NASA’s new spacesuit, the xEMU (Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit). In this full feature, you’ll discover how the spacesuit is being built for NASA’s new missions beyond low-Earth orbit, looking forward to astronauts walking on the Moon and Mars and exploring in person. Testing for the suit takes place in the desert, underwater, and in unique NASA laboratories that can simulate the gravity of the Moon, Mars, or no gravity at all. The end result will be a spacesuit that has more flexibility, more power and more capability to allow astronauts to explore like never before.

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  • From Harm To Harmony

    10:07

    Premiered on Sunday Aug 9th 2020 to mark International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples: a beautiful short film from Stop Ecocide supporter Kelly Roberts, featuring indigenous Amazon resistance to toxic exploitation and deforestation, and highlighting the need for #ecocide law to protect the forest for the sake of all of us.

    Voices include Patricia Gualinga (Sarayaku people), Oswando Nenquimo (Waorani people), Clare Dubois (Treesisters), David Dene (UN Earth jurist)

    ‘From Harm to Harmony’ was created in direct response to Polly Higgins’ call ‘Dare to be Great’ and is dedicated to Polly’s memory.

    Embedded subtitles are English/Spanish where appropriate to allow for mixed audiences.

  • Intricate International Space Station Tour In New ESA Documentary | Video

    13:25

    The European Space Agency has combined new animations with existing footage to deliver this narrated tour of the orbiting lab. The football field-sized station travels at ~17,150 mph (27,609 kph) and an altitude of ~249 miles (400 km).

    Credit: ESA

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