HOW IT WORKS: The International Space Station

2015 ж. 2 Шіл.
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This explains each interior area, crew living quarters, and scientific equipment.

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  • Did anyone else watching this keep thinking "there are some really smart people in the world"! I mean, to design all this, get it to outer space, assemble it, and make it into this incredible, operational "home" and workplace for multiple people is just freaking amazing. The level of planning and then designing, engineering, building, etc is mind blowing. I'm glad the world has people smart enough to do all this! :)

    thecityman1910thecityman19103 жыл бұрын
  • Hats off to this lady who explained everything in such a scholarly manner. She is a real astronaut.....

    Shahid KhanShahid Khan
  • The view of our planet is amazing, such a beautiful sight. Also a very clear explanation of what happens on the ISS. I'd so love to experience zero gravity. The entire crew do an amazing job.

    TheDJJamster92TheDJJamster92
  • I admire the the courage of all these people working up there in such limited space ...Hats off to you

    Akshita PanwarAkshita Panwar
  • It took 6 years for me to see this video and all I can say is that it's really amazing 😍

    EynjhelEynjhel
  • Thank you for sharing this! I’ve always wondered how the satellites take photos and videos for us!!! So interesting! ❤

    Tracey szostekTracey szostek7 сағат бұрын
  • Crazy to think there are people up there, living completely different lives than us. Must be so strange. I’d love to experience space some day.

    DBiaCDBiaC3 жыл бұрын
  • many of us will never get to experience any of this But I am still very thankful to our modern technology that we get to see what it is like to be in space by watching them through our cellphones, laptop, pc etc.

    Space BallsSpace Balls
  • this looks like a nightmare to me but so thankful there are people who are smart and brave enough to do this.

    ElleElle
  • This is SO incredibly fascinating! I watched 2001 A Space Odyssey, and the space station looks to similar to that movie. Thank you so much for sharing this!!! I’ve always been curious about how this works.

    Beth DRSRDPBeth DRSRDP
  • Pena não falo inglês para entender tudo que ela fala, maravilhoso 👏👏👏

    Clenir Dias de LimaClenir Dias de Lima9 сағат бұрын
  • Its so sad that many of us would never be able to experience this. But still thankful that we are able to watch this video.

    dale jantjiesdale jantjies2 жыл бұрын
  • Wow, thanks for sharing this. I LOVE sci movies especially space, so this is so cool to see how humans actually function day to day in zero g. I do agree with the comment below, it looks fun for a few hours, but I don't think I could do even a week there. I am interested to see what the long term effects of living in space cause to our bodies.

    Tim PotteigerTim Potteiger
  • Expertly presented with great camera work. Well done crew. Imagine the tension, given the current circumstances on Mother Earth.

    TheCarlito1888TheCarlito1888
  • Just one word : Wow!!! 😲😯

    Sherlok holmes🕵️Sherlok holmes🕵️
  • Thanking you for taking us on a space journey. We really felt magnified

    Hitesh SolankiHitesh Solanki
  • This is by far the best tour of the ISS I've ever seen

    Jason CairnsJason Cairns9 сағат бұрын
  • Living in zero gravity looks like it'd be fun for a few hours, but to spend months, weeks, even days like that sounds like torture.

    Forbidden ColorForbidden Color3 жыл бұрын
  • It's WAAY bigger than I imagined. I think it'd be a blast but, as others have said I can't imagine being there for long. You literally lose bone mass. None the less very cool place to be

    KswisKswis
  • Seeing that water come out of the pouch with my own eyes absolutely baffled me, my jaw dropped! Seeing it is way different than learning about it in school, that’s for sure.

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