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How Much Do You Know About the International Space Station?

International Space Station

October 20th at 7:00pm

Over the past few years, the International Space Station (ISS) has been constantly in the news and interest in the ISS gained new heights during the last two NASA shuttle missions, which added the final components to the space station. Now that the shuttle program has been wound down and the ISS is complete, responsibility for supplying the ISS falls solely on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft. Even here, the ISS recently grabbed the news as the latest Soyuz supply mission failed on launch. Despite all the news coverage, how much do you really know about the ISS? Do you know about its objectives or the various scientific experiments being carried out by ISS astronauts? Do you know what is planned for the future and how long the ISS will remain operational?

In this presentation, Colin White, ScienceWorks advisory board member and president of the Southern Oregon Skywatchers astronomy group, will answer these questions and provide an in-depth guide to the ISS and take a look at its future.

 
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