The ISS: 20 Years of a Continuous Human Presence in Space

Track:
Grades 6-12
What:
Session
When:
10:30 AM, Saturday 6 Feb 2021 CST (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Virtual Classroom 5   Virtual session
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How:
November 2, 2000 was the last time all living humans were on our planet, together. People from 16 countries banded together to build and operate the world's largest object in space. With perseverance and determination we overcame the challenges of living and working in space. Come along on a fantastic voyage to the ISS and back.
Presenter
Spaceport Sheboygan
Executive Director

Documents

00Intro (< 1KB)
Module Stand (647.24KB)
ISS instructions (861.39KB)
Hab Lab Exterior (610.53KB)
Choose Crew P1 (1.89MB)
Choose Crew P2 (1.82MB)
Choose Crew p3 (1.07MB)

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