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I’ve waited ten years to get a grip on how the various bits of the International Space Station (didn’t it used to be called ‘Freedom’? Ah, OK, no.) fit together. Now, for its tenth birthday, USA Today have made a lovely animation of how it’s grown.
By Jonathan on 11:58 AM
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