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NASA: International Space Station Interactive Reference Guide

Students explore the International Space Station (ISS) and the the lives and activities of its crew members.
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Students explore the International Space Station (ISS) and the the lives and activities of its crew members. The "How the Crew Lives" section offers videos and articles describing how crew members eat, sleep, and exercise, while the "How it Works" area provides a clickable scale model which explains ISS parts, including the solar array, the radiator, the Soyuz spacecraft, and the Japanese Experiment Module. The "360 Tour" completes the interactive experience with photos, video, and animations.

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