Russian ISS module rockets, artwork

Russian ISS module rockets, artwork

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Credit: DAVID DUCROS, ESA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Russian ISS module rockets, cutaway artwork. Both Zvezda (the Service Module, left) and the Zarya (the Functional Cargo Block, FGB) are modules of the International Space Station (ISS). Both are Russian and were launched with Proton-K rockets, in these configurations. The 19-ton modules are shown in cutaway details of the rocket fairings. Zvezda was launched on 12 July 2000, and Zarya on 20 November 1998. The rockets carried Cyrillic text for 'Proton' and the module names, as well as logos and national flags for NASA and Roscosmos (US and Russian space agencies). The USA contributed to the funding of Zarya.

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