International Space Station Timeline

Credit: Nasa/JSC
Today's International Space Station has roots extending back more than 30 years, to the Cold War competition when the Soviet Union orbited Mir, and NASA, Canada, Europe and Japan planned a bigger outpost dubbed Space Station Freedom. 1987 concept for Space Station Freedom. Mir-2 concept from 1993...

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