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English: ISS with S0, S1 and P1 truss structures installed (NASA)
Backdropped by a blue and white Earth, this full view of the International Space Station (ISS) was photographed by a crewmember on board the Space Shuttle Endeavour following the undocking of the two spacecraft. Endeavour pulled away from the complex at 2:05 p.m. (CST) on December 2, 2002 as the two spacecraft flew over northwestern Australia. The newly installed Port One (P1) truss now complements the Starboard One (S1) truss in centre frame
Deutsch: Die Internationale Raumstation mit drei Teilen der integrierten Gitterstruktur
Date 2 December 2002
Author NASA


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