International Space Station

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International Space Station

Original crew of expedition 1, or the first crew in the ISS. William Sheppard (middle), Yuri Gidzenko (right), and Sergei Krikalev (left)

The United States, Canada, Japan, Russia, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom were all associated with the ISS

International Space Station

this is just a picture of the International Space Station or ISS for short.

One of the pieces of the space station added to the original foundation

A picture of one of the astronauts working/repairing the space station

The main purpose of the ISS is to collect data about space and to learn what it is like to live in space. Also today, they are still collecting data and they will untll the end of the ISS

The ISS is so important because without it we wouldnt be able to know how people react long time in space. This helps for future missions where you have to live in space for a long time.

Launched: November 20, 1998. First Crew on ISS: November 2, 2000


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