Kibo arrives!

by | Mar 14, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Go here for the latest news on Space Shuttle Endeavour’s flight STS-123, also known as International Space Station assembly mission 1J/A, from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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Endeavour has delivered the first section of JAX’s Kibo, its stowage module, the Experiment Logistics Module-Pressurized Section (ELM-PS)

For more information on JAXA’s Kibo go here

NASA’s schedule for its television coverage of the mission can be found here

NASA’s press kit for STS-123 can be found here

Endeavour is also delivering the last element of the ISS’s mobile servicing system provided by the Canadian Space Agency and called Dextre

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