|Three units of each ISS module are built: one is the actual module sent into space.|
One is for pre-mission training, and one is for the engineers to be fully acquainted
with systems. These are modules used to train the astronauts..
|The path of the ISS shifts a few degrees of longitude west on each orbit. Here the ISS is|
over the Pacific, off the coast of Peru. It is travelling at almost 8km/second.
|The large screen showing video direct from cameras in ISS.|
The "scrambled" screen at bottom left is for private
communications between ISS astronauts and families.
|Viewing showing some of the ISS modules and antennae.|
|Andrea and Judy. Not quite "sitting in the driver's seat"|
but as close as we are ever likely to get to real space travel.
|Screen showing ISS's position in space. At this moment it was roughly overhead.|
|The crew of the ISS mission 46.|
Paul and Judy