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Thursday, September 23, 2021

CONTINUITY: Tour of the International Space Station Destiny Module

Continuing the tour of the International Space Station (ISS) conducted by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet, we next come to the Destiny, or U.S. Laboratory, module, launched to the ISS as the first major U.S. science payload in February, 2001. It contains the operating station for the original robotic arm and is the core of the U.S./international segment of the station. The audio is in French, with English subtitles, which you may have to click on the icon at the bottom to enable.

Posted at September 23, 2021 13:50