Tranquillity module and the ISS

Tranquillity module and the ISS

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Credit: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Tranquillity module and the ISS. Image showing NASA's Tranquillity module (Node 3, centre, cylinder) being transferred from the space shuttle Endeavour (right) to the Unity node of the International Space Station (ISS). Tranquillity is a habitable volume that provides six berthing locations with power, data and commanding, thermal and environmental control and crew access for more habitable volumes. It was locked into place on the ISS using six remote-controlled bolts. Photographed on 11th February 2010.

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