The International Space Station is now the largest, most powerful spacecraft ever to orbit the Earth, following the addition of solar arrays spanning 240 ft. and emergency efforts by both the Endeavour astronauts and ground teams to correct problems that threatened this critical phase of station assembly. The arrays and 15 tons of related electrical hardware installed by the STS-97 crew have been powered up by ground controllers and are working perfectly--a milestone necessary for ...
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