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How does the ISS work?
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In this bytes video learn about the International Space Station, who owns it, how it works, and other interesting facts.

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  1. What is the International Space Station?


  2. What is the International Space Station? A habitable artificial satellite in lower Earth's orbit.


  3. First component was launched into orbit in 1998


  4. First component was launched into orbit in 1998 The station is expected to operate until 2028


  5. First component was launched into orbit in 1998 The station is expected to operate until 2028 Largest human-made body can be seen with the naked eye from Earth


  6. WHO OWNS ISS?


  7. WHO OWNS ISS? NASA


  8. WHO OWNS ISS? NASA ROSCOSMoS


  9. WHO OWNS ISS? NASA ROSCOSMOS


  10. WHO OWNS ISS? NASA ROSCOSMOS esa European Space Agency


  11. The station is divided into two sections The Russian Orbital Segment (ROS)


  12. How long has the ISS been in orbit & wh t does it do? 17 years & 237 days


  13. Provides opportunities ftor students on Earth by running student-developed experiments


  14. How was the ISS assembled?


  15. How does the ISS work? n acre of solar panels 4 sets of arrays capable of generating 84 to 120 kilowatts of electricit