Space Station Gets Its Last Habitable Module

HOUSTON — Space shuttle Discovery’s astronauts attached the final habitable piece of the International Space Station (ISS) on March 1: a 21-ft.-long equipment stowage enclosure that was hoisted from the shuttle’s cargo bay with a robot arm and berthed to the orbiting science laboratory’s Unity...

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