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  (July 8, 2003) -- Part four of four: Expedition 7 Commander Yuri Malenchenko and NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu answer questions in a live educational event with students participating from NASDA, or the National Space Development Agency of Japan, on the Tokyo FM Radio Network.
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  (July 12, 2003) -- Part one of five: Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the first video, he shows the Destiny Laboratory, including the robotic arm workstation.
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  (July 12, 2003) -- Part two of five: Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the second video, he moves from the Destiny Laboratory to the Unity Node. Inside the Node are stowed supplies and the Resistive Exercise Device, or RED. Lu demonstrates an exercise on the RED.
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  (July 12, 2003) -- Part three of five: Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the third video, he moves from the Unity Node to the U.S. Airlock, Quest. Inside the Airlock are U.S. spacesuits, which Lu shows and describes. He moves through the Airlock to the spacewalk hatch, then back through the Node to a docked Soyuz module. The camera pans across the Russian spacecraft's control panel, showing the view from the commander's seat.
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  (July 12, 2003) -- Part four of five: Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the fourth video, he demonstrates some of the Soyuz spacecraft's controls and shows the view out the Soyuz window. He moves into the Zarya Control Module, which is also known by the Russian acronym FGB. Inside Zarya are water supplies and the amateur radio station. From there, Lu moves into the Russian Airlock, Pirs, which also serves as a staging area for trash. Beyond the Airlock is a Russian Progress spacecraft. Then he moves into Zvezda, the Service Module, and shows the remote control panel for the Progress spacecraft.
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  (July 12, 2003) -- Part five of five: Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the fifth video, he continues to show the Zvezda Module -- the primary living quarters for the Station -- and displays some of the life-support equipment. The treadmill is also located in Zvezda, which Commander Yuri Malenchenko demonstrates. The sleeping compartments and bathroom facilities are at the far end of Zvezda.
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  (July 29, 2003) -- Expedition 7 Commander Yuri Malenchenko and NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu mark the 1,000th consecutive day that people have been living and working aboard the International Space Station.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 07/30/2003
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