Everything you always wanted to know about the International Space Station

11 01 2012


FREE online from NASA … this tremendously informative, visually captivating, and enriching educational resource: "Reference Guide to the International Space Station — Assembly Complete Edition, November 2010." None really interested of human exploration in space should ever miss this in his personal digital archive. You could learn everything (almost) about your magnificent ISS orbiting at more than 300 Km altitude over your earthly head at 17,500 mph every 90 minutes with multinational humans inside living, working, conducting important science/research experiments, discovering, exploring, and cooperating peacefully. And among the scientific experiments, at page 31, you will find an almost full page dedicated to ALTEA.


At last a contest: spot ALTEA in a different pic inside the station. Enjoy!




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