Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit


Space Station marks 20 years in orbit on Monday, when the first crew, including American Bill Shepherd and Russian Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, first moved in. On November 2nd of 2000 Space Station consisted of only three small rooms and one Oil it. The complex is now almost a football field long with a lookout tower and three toilets. Over the past 20 years, 241 visitors from 19 countries have floated through the space station hatches, including astronauts, construction workers and several tourists who pay their own way. The current crew, like the first includes an American and two Russians, marking the two decade milestone by sharing a special dinner and enjoying the amazing views of Earth. Kathleen Maloney, Fox News I'm

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