PICTURES: Inside NASA’s Space Station Processing Facility

by | Apr 14, 2008 | Seradata News | 2 comments

See above the International Space Station’s Cupola viewing port. I photographed this and other modules of the ISS while at Kenedy Space Center in February this year

In this picture you can see the cupola’s size relative to people
This module is now at the station following the Space Shuttle STS-123 mission

Here is Kibo’s pressurised module, its as close as I could get to it

Payload cannister – makes you realise how big that orbiter payload bay really is!

This might be Dextre, I’m not sure

Here is more of the Kibo-PM end of the facility with lots of stuff just everywhere

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