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HD Tour of the International Space Station
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HD Tour of the International Space Station
"Flight Engineer Michael Barratt provides a 20-minute tour of the International Space Station, documenting the full 167 feet of the space station's pressurized modules." This is one of the most comprehensive tours of the ISS on the internet.


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Posted by nova on July 30, 2011
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