The International Space Station: The Size, Speed, and Altitude of the International Space Station, the 15 Modules of the International Space Station, and Weighing Material Before it is Sent to the International Space Station

The International Space Station is the size of a football field, travels around the world at over 28,000 kilometers per hour, and is 400 kilometers above Earth. The International Space Station is made up of 15 separate modules which come together and function as a single unit, with one end belonging to the US and the other to the Russians. Every piece of payload which is sent to be stored upon the International Space Station is weighed down to the ounce...

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