Space Station Fly-Around

The sheer size and complexity of the International Space Station comes across in this detailed animation produced by the Virtual Reality lab at NASA's Johnson Space Center for use in astronaut training. Our narrated tour gives a quick once-around of the station, pointing out the main elements, from the sleeping quarters to the cylindrical laboratory modules. For maximum effect, choose the full screen option by clicking on the lower right corner of the screen. Animation: Dynamics Onboard Ubiquitous Graphics (D.O.U.G.) Virtual Reality Lab, NASA Johnson Space Center Narration: Air & Space Magazine (3:18)

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