Columbus ISS module, stereo image

Columbus ISS module, stereo image

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Credit: DAVID DUCROS, ESA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Columbus module of the International Space Station (ISS), cutaway stereo artwork. This module, provided by the European Space Agency, was launched into orbit and then attached on 11 February 2008 to the starboard side of the Harmony module (upper right). Columbus, 7 metres long and 4.5 metres wide, is a laboratory module where science experiments are carried out in standard racks. The ISS orbits the Earth at an altitude of around 360 kilometres, has been crewed since late 2000, and is expected to remain in operation until at least 2020. This image is designed to be viewed through 3D red-cyan glasses.

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