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International Space Station

LC control 96035149
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Corporate name headingInternational Space Station
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Variant(s)ISS (International Space Station)
I.S.S. (International Space Station)
Found inEngineering research and technology development on the space station, 1996, surrogate: t.p. (International Space Station) p. 1 (ISS; scheduled to be assembled beginning in 1997)
Wikipedia, viewed April 2, 2007 (International Space Station (ISS) is a research facility being assembled in orbit around the Earth. It is a joint project between five space agencies: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, United States), the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roskosmos, Russian Federation), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA, Japan), the Canadian Space Agency (CSA, Canada) and the European Space Agency (ESA, Europe); The ISS is a continuation of the U.S. Space Station Freedom and represents a merger of Feedom with several other previously planned space stations: Russia's Mir 2, the planned European Columbus and the Japanese Experiment Module)
Equivalent(s)Station spatiale internationale
National bib agency no.1011H6381E
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