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NASA International Space Station 2010 Calendar

NASA International Space Station 2010 Calendar

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Published by Orion2015
2010 International Space Station Calendar

NASA created a 2010 calendar that describes the work being done on the International Space Station and gives information about the crews that have lived there. The calendar contains photographs taken from the space station and highlights historic NASA milestones and fun facts about the international construction project of unprecedented complexity that began in 1998. (Note: In order to print the document correctly, please select the two-sided print option in your printer dialog box). Published by NASA in 2009.
2010 International Space Station Calendar

NASA created a 2010 calendar that describes the work being done on the International Space Station and gives information about the crews that have lived there. The calendar contains photographs taken from the space station and highlights historic NASA milestones and fun facts about the international construction project of unprecedented complexity that began in 1998. (Note: In order to print the document correctly, please select the two-sided print option in your printer dialog box). Published by NASA in 2009.

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Published by: Orion2015 on Dec 30, 2009
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2010 
InternationalSpace Station
calendar 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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For more information about the International Space Station please visit www.nasa.gov
1 23 45 678 910 1112 131415 1617 1819 202122 23 24 2526 272829 30 31
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rd 
1
 st 
S M T W T F S
5 13 21 28
Christmas Day 
Winter Solstice—Winter begins
1972
– Apollo 17. Final Apollo mission
2006
– STS-116 P5 truss
 2001
– STS-108Expedition 4
1965
– Gemini VII
1998
– STS-88 UnityConnecting Module. FirstU.S. segment
1973
– Pioneer 10. Flybyof Jupiter. First yby ofouter planet
1968
– Apollo 8
1968
– Apollo 8 becomesrst crewed mission toorbit the moon
1965
Gemini VI-A and VIIsuccessfully rendezvous
1970
– Venera 7 (U.S.S.R.).First spacecraft to land onanother planet (Venus)
1903
– Wright brothersrst ight
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S M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 78910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 2021222925 262728
   J  a  n  u  a  r  y   2   0   1   1
With thebeginning ofa new year,construction ofthe InternationalSpace Stationis nearingcompletion. As the largestand mostcomplicatedspacecraftever built, thisorbiting outpostcan supporta crew of six,operating 24hours a day,seven days aweek, 365 daysa year. It is ashining exampleof internationalcooperationfor the UnitedStates andits spaceexplorationpartners.
January 
 
2010 
 A New Year of Exploration
 
For more information about the International Space Station please visit www.nasa.gov
1 23 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 3031
 Full  New  3
rd 
1
 st 
7 15 23 30
S M T W T F S
1959
Luna 1 becomes firstspacecraft to reach escapevelocity and orbit the sun
Martin LutherKing, Jr. Day New Year’s Day 
 2004
– Spirit roverlands on Mars
1968
– Surveyor–moon
1998
– Lunar Prospector
1997
– STS-81 Shuttle-
Mir 
 2003
– STS-107 Spacehab
1965
– Gemini II
1968
– Apollo 5
1998
– STS-89 Shuttle-
Mir 
1986
– Voyager 2 Uranusyby
 2004
– Opportunity roverlands on Mars
1984
 
President RonaldReagan announces U.S.plans to build a space station
1986
– STS-51L SpaceShuttle
Challenger 
accident
1998
 – Intergovernmental Agreement on SpaceStation Cooperation signed
1958
– Explorer 1 FirstU.S. satellite
1961
– Mercury 2
1971
– Apollo 14
1967
– Apollo 1 re
S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 243125 2627 28 29 30
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24S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 678 910 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19202122 23 25 262728
   F  e   b  r  u  a  r  y   2   0   1   0
December 
 
2010 
From theGround Up
Groundsupport for theInternationalSpace Stationinvolves morethan 100,000people in spaceagencies, at500 contractorfacilities and in37 U.S. states.Crew trainers,food techniciansand scubadivers are onlya few examplesof the diverseworkforcenecessaryto keep thespace stationoperational.
Food Tasting LabVirtual Reality LabNeutral Buoyancy LabAscent Training

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