ISS tour, part 1


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An evening pause: We talk a lot about the International Space Station. Why not take a tour? In this January 2009 video, part 1 of 4, astronaut Mike Finke starts us out at the docking port used by the shuttle and takes us through the Harmony and Kibo modules. Along the way he gives a great view out the port side of the station.

You can see the remaining parts of Mike’s tour by clicking through, or you can wait until I post them over the next week.

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  • OMG!!! You can tell this thing was made by bureaucrats. EVERYTHING is so ad-hoc. bits attached here there and everywhere. Where are all the good engineers? Not working for the ISS apparently.

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