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97%VideoNov 2012

Space station commander gives a tour of the ISS

(25:05) Before returning to Earth, Commander of the International Space Station, NASA's Sunita Williams recorded an extensive tour of the orbital laboratory.

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97%VideoMay 2013

Astronaut covers Bowie's 'Space Oddity'

(5:31) Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield covers David Bowie's 'Space Oddity' on board the International Space Station.

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94%VideoOct 2012

Dark side of the Earth; guided tour from ISS

(4:49) Travelling at roughly 17,000 mph, the ISS (International Space Station) passes overhead.

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94%VideoSep 2011

Orbiting Earth, a view from ISS

(1:02) Time-lapse taken from the front of the International Space Station as it orbits Earth at night.

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94%VideoDec 2013

The World Outside My Window

(2:28) Time-lapse of the Earth from the International Space Station.

93%VideoJun 2011

Space shuttle Endeavour parked at the International Space Station

(10:04) Video shot by European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli from the Russian Soyuz spacecraft after it undocked from the ISS beginning its return journey to Earth. It's amazing to think this is real and not Hollywood.

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93%VideoApr 2013

Wringing out a soaking wet cloth in zero gravity

(3:19) All in the name of science. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield shows you what happens when a soaking wet cloth is wrung out on the International Space Station.

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93%VideoOct 2013

What if the moon is the same distance as the ISS

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92%VideoFeb 2012

Knitting needle science experiment in space

(5:24) Astronaut and chemist Dr Don Pettit does physics demos that are out of this world. On board the International Space Station, Dr Pettit presents an experiment with a knitting needle that can only be demonstrated in microgravity.

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92%VideoMar 2012

What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth?

(2:30) Time-lapse footage of Earth as seen from the International Space Station as it orbits at 17,000 mph.

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