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Spacelab Mission One (archival video)
« on: 05/07/2018 11:23 PM »
A New Generation: Spacelab Mission One (archival video)


NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
Published on May 7, 2018

This flight carried first Spacelab mission and first astronaut to represent the European Space Agency (ESA), Ulf Merbold of Germany. ESA and NASA jointly sponsored the Spacelab-1 and conducted investigations which demonstrated the capability for advanced research in space. Spacelab is an orbital laboratory and contains an observations platform composed of cylindrical pressurized modules and U-shaped unpressurized pallets which remain in the orbiter's cargo bay during flight. Altogether 73 separate investigations were carried out in astronomy and physics, atmospheric physics, Earth observations, life sciences, materials sciences, space plasma physics and technology. This was the first time six persons were carried into space on a single vehicle. This video covers the early development and preparation for the first Spacelab mission.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3vrzMr1aK8?t=001

Tony De La Rosa

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