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VideoDec 2010

Welcome to ISS, the International Space Station

Astronaut Jeff Williams gives a guided tour through the International Space Station. ISS is an internationally developed research facility, which is being assembled in low Earth orbit. Construction began in 1998 and is scheduled for completion by 2011.

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.


VideoDec 2012

Further Up Yonder - A message from ISS to all humankind

(2:23) Time-lapse message from space.


VideoApr 2009

Tour of International Space Station crew quarters

Mike Fincke the expedition 18 commander gives a brief tour of his quarters

VideoJul 2009

Animating ISS photos of the Saraychev Peak eruption

Created using 29 still frames taken by the astronauts


VideoAug 2009

Hurricane Bill from space

International Space Station cameras capture images of Hurricane Bill, now a category 4 storm with 135mph winds, passing over the Atlantic


VideoDec 2009

Earth views from space station

Travelling at an approximate speed of 17,500 miles per hour, the International Space Station orbits Earth every 90 minutes from an altitude of approximately 220 miles


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.


AnimationAug 2014

2014 Bigelow Aerospace promotional video

(6:30) Bigelow thinking big.


VideoDec 2011

Countries and coastlines as seen from space

How well do you know the land masses that cover our planet? Views from the International Space Station as it orbits the Earth.