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 Imagine racing from one end of the International Space Station to the other end. This video captures the speedy jaunt as if you the viewer were taking a joy ride inside the space station.
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 Pilot Yuri Gidzenko and Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev spend a typical day working and living aboard the International Space Station.
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 In this view, a video camera zooms in on a space walker working on the International Space Station's solar arrays. This gives a unique perspective of the huge size of the space station in comparison to the people who live in it and work on it.
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 This is an in-cabin view of the STS-97 space shuttle launch through ascent and booster separation. Video and audio of the crew reveal their excitement during their ascent into space.
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 STS-92 Pilot Pamela Melroy demonstrates how she washes and grooms her hair inside the space shuttle's middeck.
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 A narrator describes living in space in this video tour of the International Space Station from the space shuttle's middeck all the way to the back of a Soyuz spacecraft.
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 Space walkers perform many tasks when working to assemble the International Space Station. From hanging on to the side of the space station, to riding the space shuttle's robotic arm or climbing up the solar arrays space walkers have one of the most exciting jobs in the world.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/09/2002
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