Space Station Pictures features ISS (International Space Station) pictures,
Skylab, Mir and other images. Currently the International Space Station is the
only station in orbit.
Military International Space Station
Could the ISS be turned into a Military International Space Station. If so, why?
International Space Station Expedition 34
Expedition 34 is the thirty-fourth and current long-duration expedition to the
International Space Station (ISS). It began on 18 November 2012 with the
departure from the ISS of the Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft, which returned the
Expedition 33 crew to Earth.
International Space Station Over the Ionian Sea.
The Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-118 shuttle crew took the photo of the
International Space Station against the backdrop of Planet Earth in 2007. The
boot of Italy is visible on the left, while the western coastlines of Greece and
Albania stretch across the top. The dorsal fin of the upside-down shuttle
orbiter pokes into the very top of the image.
Earth and Mir Space Station.
The photo was taken in June 1995 following the separation of Space Shuttle
Atlantis at the end of STS-71 from the Russian Mir Space Station. The big
beautiful planet is Earth.
Sunita Williams on SpaceWalk
NASA astronaut Sunita Williams (Expedition 32 flight engineer) appears to
touch the bright sun during the missionís third session of extravehicular
activity (EVA) on 5 September, 2012.
During the 6 hour, 28-minute spacewalk, Williams and Japan Aerospace Exploration
Agency astronaut Aki Hoshide (visible in the reflections of Williamsí helmet
visor), completed the installation of a Main Bus Switching Unit (MBSU) that was
hampered by a possible misalignment and damaged threads where a bolt must be
placed. They also installed a camera on Canadarm2 (International Space Stationís
International Space Station
International Space Station was photographed by an STS-134 crew member on the
Space Shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking
relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 11:55 pm (EDT)
on May 29, 2011. Endeavour spent 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes attached to
the orbiting laboratory.
Construction of the Integrated Truss Structure over New