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International Space Station: Facts, History & Tracking

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The International Space Station

The ISS is a multi-nation super satellite, the largest single construct in space, made between 1998 and 2011.

  • As of 2018, 230 astronauts and 18 countries have visited the International Space Station. It includes contributions(money and resources) from 15 nations like Russia, USA, ...

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The International Space Center circles the globe every 90 minutes at a speed of 17,500 mph. It flies at an altitude of 248 miles above Earth.

It holds a crew of three to six people, and for a long time, used the Russian Soyuz spacecraft as a way to transport astronauts. SpaceX has...

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Astronauts mainly perform experiments and do maintenance at the ISS. They also do some personal care and exercise, reach out to Earth to conduct some media or school events, and occasionally perform spacewalks. They also use a bit of Twitter.

Human health research, especially eye problems...

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Astronauts going outside in space for urgent repairs or routine checks is a potentially dangerous and usually fatal activity. NASA is currently testing a robot called ‘Robonaut’ to replace this outside work, for the safety of human astronauts.

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The ISS weighs 861,804 pounds, with livable space comparable to a Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet.
It consists of labs, living quarters, solar panels and connector nodes.

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