The International Space Station is finished and operational, so what do we do now?

The MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 2 Aug. 2011. The International Space Station, commonly referred to simply as the ISS, is now fully assembled and operational, marking the end of a 13-year multinational effort to get the largest space station ever constructed up and running. What does the future hold for this massive structure? Courtney Howard reports in this week's Mil & Aero Video Blog.

Aug 2nd, 2011

The MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 2 Aug. 2011. The International Space Station, commonly referred to simply as the ISS, is now fully assembled and operational, marking the end of a 13-year multinational effort to get the largest space station ever constructed up and running. What does the future hold for this massive structure? Courtney Howard reports in this week's Mil & Aero Video Blog.

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