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SpaceX Nov 20
Operating an orbital laboratory hundreds of miles above Earth’s surface for 20 years is an amazing technological achievement. Happy anniversary, !
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NASA Nov 20
Today is the 's 20th anniversary! Our orbiting laboratory is convergence of science, technology & human innovation that makes technology and research breakthroughs not possible on Earth. Unpack its architecture here:
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NASA Nov 20
Twenty years ago today, construction began on the greatest international science & engineering project in human history - the . We marked the occasion by talking to the crew currently living & working in space. Take a look:
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NASA Nov 20
that the is the third brightest object in the night sky? 🌃 Find out when and where to look up:
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Vice President Mike Pence Nov 20
. has led to a continuous human presence in low-Earth orbit, conducted groundbreaking research, spurred collaboration w/ int'l & commercial partners, & paved the way for what comes next. Grateful to all who’ve made it possible. Happy Birthday ISS!
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
Time to celebrate: Today is the 20th anniversary of the International Space Station! Tune in at 9:50 CT as we talk LIVE with the crew currently on board. Questions for the crew? Ask using the hashtag ! Watch live here:
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Szabolcs Nagy (Space Station Guys) Nov 13
Here is my contribution on event. On 20th Nov. 1998 this huge project began with launching Zarya module,followed by Unity module on 4th Dec.These two modules marked with circle (bottow row cargo vessels). Happy B'day ,crew and Flight Control,you're awesome!
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Alexander Gerst Nov 5
The most complex, valuable and unlikely machine humanity has ever built, for the benefit of all. If we can work together across continents to do such things, just imagine what else we could achieve together. We just need to give it a try.
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
The International Space Station turned 20 years old today as the crew unpacked the newest U.S. and Russian cargo ships. Zarya was the first station module launched to space on Nov. 20, 1998.
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the International Space Station, we asked for memorable moments from the people who know it best: the astronauts who have lived and worked on board.
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Johnson Space Center Nov 23
This week, Doug Drewry, former FGB Program Manager, discusses leading the joint U.S and Russian teams during the development and launch of Zarya, the first element of the International Space Station, for its 20th anniversary in space.
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Samantha Cristoforetti Nov 20
I know, I know. I'm late to the party. But somewhere in the world it's still Nov 20th, so... happy birthday ISS! What a change in 20 years. And where will we be in 20 more?
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
Serbian students asked the space station crew if they get to choose their menu.
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
Amanda asked the space station crew what it's like to sleep in space.
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NASA Nov 20
Since the year 2000, there have been humans in space non-stop, every day. Listen to former astronaut Bob Cabana recount his experiences being the first American aboard the and turning on the lights:
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ISS Research Nov 20
“We’ve had a lot of going on on this orbiting laboratory for some time, and our science capabilities continue to increase.” - 🚀🔬
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NASA Nov 20
SOON: We’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the by talking to the crew living and working aboard our orbiting laboratory! Ask questions using and tune in starting at 10:50am ET:
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Ian Griffin Nov 21
That night the dared to cross the sky with a mighty aurora brewing. With colours!
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Intl. Space Station Nov 20
Ellie asked the space station crew today how they celebrate holidays in space.
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Jim Bridenstine Nov 20
The has demonstrated that when we combine efforts with international partners, we can accomplish far more than we can alone. We’re following this model as we build a coalition of nations to go forward to the Moon. Happy 20th ISS!
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