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Mikhail Tyurin (Expedition 3) floats inside the Zvesda module near the mess dining table - talking to camera (in Russian) about what it's like to live onboard the ISS. He starts with where they eat their meals before floating up to the ceiling where he settles next to a laptop up there strapped to the wall. He lodges himself next to it and starts typing. Then he floats down and on through the tunnel into Zvesda's control room, with all its check lists attached to the walls and a couple of laptops near the floor. Tyurin explains that this is currently control centre for the ISS. He continues through a dark connecting tunnel, (through which a white air line pipe passes) and inside of which various bags of equipment are stored. Now floating backwards and talking to camera he passes out of the tunnel and into Zarya with all its storage lockers, telling us this is where so many things are stored. He continues deftly backwards through the narrow passage of Zarya and on through another dark connecting tunnel and into Node 1 (the Unity module) connecting the quest airlock to the right. The acoustics are noticeably different here and the module is generally much quieter. The US Destiny lab is seen behind him beyond Unity. Stuck to the wall is an image of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky which Mikhail points to. The clip ends with a close up of the portrait. The tour of the ISS continues in clips K002/3807-3808.
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