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  • Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) of the International Space Station
Deutsch: Kibō (Hoffnung) Aufbau.
日本語: きぼう 日本実験棟
Русский: Кибо (надежда) модуль МКС
Español: El módulo de experimentación japonés. Kibō (esperanza)
Tiếng Việt: Kibō (Hy vọng)
English: Kibō (Hope) Layout including labels for all 6 components as defined by JAXA, from previous version of this image from NASA PD.
한국어: 키보 일본 실험 모듈
Bahasa Indonesia: Modul eksperimen Jepang
中文: 日本實驗艙 希望
Date 29 November 2011
Source Labels for all 6 components as defined by JAXA, from previous version of this image from NASA PD
Author Penyulap


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