Archive - Jul 2003
Expedition 7 Commander Yuri Malenchenko began Wednesday running. He participated in a Russian fitness session, which included a blood test and using the International Space Station's treadmill. NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu, who serves as the crew's medical officer, assisted Malenchenko during the session.
Space agency leaders from the United States, Europe, Canada, Japan and Russia met Wednesday in Monterey, Calif., to review the status of cooperation on the International Space Station Program.
The meeting participants noted the significant milestone of the 1,000th day of permanent human presence aboard the Space Station.....
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25 July 2003 - Starting in the autumn ESA will distribute the new International Space Station Education Kit for pupils aged 12-15. Teachers, you can sign up now for a free copy and be in with the chance of hosting a launch event for the kit at your school!
Expedition 7 NASA ISS Science Officer Ed Lu narrates a tour of the International Space Station. In the fourth video, he demonstrates some of the Soyuz spacecraft's controls and shows the view out the Soyuz window.
A milestone will be marked in space Tuesday, the 1,000th consecutive day of people living and working aboard the International Space Station. Seven crews have lived on the Space Station, as it has dramatically grown in size and capabilities.....