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Wonder how the International Space Station was built? [Video]
posted November 20 2013 7:50.12 by spic0m




Since the launch of Zarya, the first module of the International Space Station (ISS), on November 20, 1998, five space agencies have worked together daily to build and operate the orbiting science lab --one of the most complex scientific and technological endeavours ever undertaken. This video features Canada's contribution to the ISS, and why it is so important to Canadians.


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