HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station
This explains each interior area, crew living quarters, and scientific equipment.
Life on Station
B-roll of life aboard the International Space Station. Image credit: Courtesy NASA
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Space Station Cosmonauts take a Walk in Space
Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 52 Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy conducted a spacewalk Aug. 17 to assess the condition of the exterior of the Russian segment of the complex and to install struts and handrails to facilitate future excursions. During the outing, Ryazanskiy manually deployed five small nanosatellites to collect data on a variety of scientific investigations. The spacewalk, which was the 202nd in support of space station assembly and maintenance, was the ninth in Yurchikhin’s career and the fourth for Ryazanskiy.
What will happen to the International Space Station?
After two decades in space, the materials and structures that make up the International Space Station are wearing away and future of the ISS is uncertain. In this video, we look at how long the space station has left, NASA's plans for future space stations and the possibility of SpaceX turning Starship into its own space station.
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Megastructures - INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) - Full Documentary HD
The International Space Station is an orbiting laboratory and construction site that synthesizes the scientific expertise of 16 nations to maintain a permanent human outpost in space. While floating some 240 miles (390 kilometers) above Earth's surface, the space station has hosted a rotating international crew since November 2000. Astronauts and supplies are ferried by the U.S. space shuttles and the Russian Soyuz and Progress spacecraft. Astronauts who reach the facility aboard one of these missions typically live and work in orbit for about six months.
Simply by spending time in orbit, astronauts reveal much more about how humans can live and work in space. Crews have learned the difficulties of diet, in a world in which their sense of taste is decreased, and of getting a good night's sleep while secured to a non-floating object.
But the crew is also occupied with a full suite of scientific experiments, the ongoing improvement and construction of the station, and a rigorous regime of physical training. Astronauts must exercise for two hours each day to counteract the detrimental effects of low gravity on the body's skeleton and circulatory system.
The station has been under construction since November of 1998. In that year the first piece of its structure, the Zarya Control Module, was launched into orbit with a Russian Proton rocket. In 2008, the two-billion-dollar science lab Columbus was added to the station, increasing the structure to eight rooms.
The floating facility's design features a series of cylinder modules attached to a larger truss of a dozen segments. The Zarya Module is mainly used for storage and external fuel tanks, while the Zvezda Service Module houses the crew's living quarters and the station's many life-supporting systems. The space station is powered by solar panels and cooled by loops that radiate heat away from the modules. The station's Destiny laboratory functions as a unique floating facility for tests of materials, technologies, and much more. The Columbus lab was designed to house experiments in life sciences, fluid physics, and other fields.
Docking ports allow the station to be visited by a growing variety of spacecraft, and the Quest Airlock enables access for the frequent spacewalks essential to the facility's continuing construction.
Canadarm2 is another important feature of the space station. This Canadian-built apparatus is a large, remote-controlled space arm that functions as a crane and can be utilized for a wide variety of tasks.
The International Space Station may be completed by the end of this decade. When construction is finished, six crew members will be able to live and work in a space larger than a typical five-bedroom house.
Why is the International Space Station 400 km above the Earth?
In the third episode of Minute Friday, I delve into the question as to why the ISS is 400 km above our Earth instead of some other orbits
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Living and Working in Space: Advanced Food Tech
There's no refrigerator on the International Space Station. So, NASA's research efforts develop safe, nutritious and palatable foods that will sustain astronauts during long space missions.
Running in Space!
NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg, an Expedition 37 flight engineer aboard the International Space Station, demonstrates how astronauts run on the COLBERT treadmill in a weightless environment. Station crew members exercise for at least two hours every day to keep fit and to prevent the loss of muscle mass and bone density that occurs during long-duration spaceflight.
HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station - Full Documentary (1080p HD, 60fps)
This educational HD video shows how the International Space Station works and operates. In Earth's orbit, NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams tours and .
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Amazing Floating Tour of ISS International Space Station in Zero G
The International Space Station is a large spacecraft. It orbits around Earth. It is a home where astronauts live. The space station is also a science lab. Many countries worked together to build it. They also work together to use it. The space station is made of many pieces. The pieces were put together in space by astronauts. The space station's orbit is about 220 miles above Earth. NASA uses the station to learn about living and working in space. These lessons will help NASA explore space.
How Old Is the Space Station?
The first piece of the International Space Station was launched in 1998. A Russian rocket launched that piece. After that, more pieces were added. Two years later, the station was ready for people. The first crew arrived on November 2, 2000. People have lived on the space station ever since. Over time more pieces have been added. NASA and its partners around the world finished the space station in 2011.
How Big Is the Space Station?
The space station is as big inside as a house with five bedrooms. It has two bathrooms, a gymnasium and a big bay window. Six people are able to live there. It weighs almost a million pounds. It is big enough to cover a football field including the end zones. It has science labs from the United States, Russia, Japan and Europe.
What Are the Parts of the Space Station?
The space station has many parts. The parts are called modules. The first modules had parts needed to make the space station work. Astronauts also lived in those modules. Modules called nodes connect parts of the station to each other. Labs on the space station let astronauts do research.
On the sides of the space station are solar arrays. These arrays collect energy from the sun. They turn sunlight into electricity. Robot arms are attached outside. The robot arms helped to build the space station. They also can move astronauts around outside and control science experiments.
Airlocks on the space station are like doors. Astronauts use them to go outside on spacewalks.
Docking ports are like doors, too. The ports allow visiting spacecraft to connect to the space station. New crews and visitors enter the station through the docking ports. Astronauts fly to the space station on the Russian Soyuz. The crew members use the ports to move supplies onto the station.
Why Is the Space Station Important?
The space station is a home in orbit. People have lived in space every day since the year 2000. The space station's labs are where crew members do research. This research could not be done on Earth.
Scientists study what happens to people when they live in space. NASA has learned how to keep a spacecraft working for a long time. These lessons will be important in the future.
NASA has a plan to send humans deeper into space than ever before. The space station is one of the first steps. NASA will use lessons from the space station to get astronauts ready for the journey ahead.
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How they Eat, Drink and survive in Space ׃ Sunita Williams in The International Space Station
How they Eat, Drink and survive in Space ׃ Sunita Williams in The International Space Station
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How Do Astronauts Drink In Space
How do cosmonauts drink lemonade or tea in zero gravity? What happens to water in space? Full movie:
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The forth episode of the A Year In Space project is about space food. How cosmonauts salt to any dish, make soup and drink lemonade or tea in zero gravity. We will show you how food is cooked for the ISS, and reveal some of the secrets of cooking space bread. You will see the sunset from the space station and a device by which the space station was constructed in space.
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In March 2015, American Astronaut Scott Kelly, and Russian Cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka began collaborative investigations on the International Space Station (ISS). Due to its length, it is a record setting voyage during the whole ISS history. The One-Year Mission focused on several categories of research. These investigations yielded beneficial knowledge on the medical, psychological and biomedical challenges faced by space explorers during long-duration spaceflight.
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International Space Station toilet tour
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti shows how to use the most unglamorous but often asked-about part of living on the International Space Station: the toilet.
A fan creates suction to avoid smells and floating waste. Solid waste is stored and put in cargo ferries to burn up when the spacecraft leaves the Space Station. The astronaut urine is recycled – into drinking water.
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July 2019 Expedition 60 Crew Launch to the International Space Station
Fifty years to the day that humans stepped on the Moon in a giant leap for humanity, three space travelers are launching to our orbiting laboratory. NASA’s Andrew Morgan, Roscosmos’ Alexander Skvortsov and European Space Agency’s Luca Parmitano will launch at 12:28 p.m. EDT aboard the Soyuz MS-13 rocket for a six journey journey to the International Space Station. Tune in starting at 11:30 a.m. EDT to see launch coverage:
Cooking in space: whole red rice and turmeric chicken
ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is currently living on board the International Space Station for her long duration mission Futura. Food is an important item in space, also on the psychological side; that's why astronauts are allowed a certain quantity of the so-called bonus food of their choice that reminds them of their home cooking tastes. We asked Samantha to show us how she manages to cook one of her bonus food recipes in microgravity: whole red rice with peas and chicken turmeric.
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