First module of space station Zarya launched Proton rocket on 20 November 1998

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First module of space station Zarya launched Proton rocket on 20 November 1998

The International Space Station was taken into small pieces in space and installed in its orbit. In 1998, the first module was launched in Russia s Jarya module. Since 2 November 2000, astronauts are working continuously in this station. 20 November 1998

Zarya, the first ISS module, was launched by a Proton rocket on 20 November 1998

It would not be wrong to say that this satellite flying in space is a laboratory for new technology, astronomical, environmental and geological research. There is a station built by scientists in space from where in-depth study of space can be done.

The International Space Station was taken into small pieces in space and installed in its orbit. In 1998, the first module was launched in Russia s Jarya module. Since 2 November 2000, astronauts are working continuously in this station. It has many solar panels and weighs about 391000 kg. This space station is in which six astronauts can stay for six months.

230 people from 18 countries have visited the International Space Station. Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams of India have also done research work on this. Peggy Whitson set the record for the most time spent living and working in space in 665 days on 2 September 2017. The entire station has only two bathrooms. The urine of astronauts and laboratory animals is filtered and then goes back to the station s dribbling water supply

If you know the location of this space station, then it can be seen from the earth with naked eyes, like a bright moving light.

NASA, Russia s Roscosmos State Corporation, European Space Agency, the Canadian Space Agency and Japan Aerospace Exploration agencies are working in this project.

 


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