For release: 06/18/02
Release #: 02-153
Take your readers inside the Space Station
Give your readers a glimpse of what it's like to live and work on NASA's newest orbital outpost: the International Space Station. Update your science sections with the latest images of the crew carrying out everyday activities and science experiments. To view and download images, go to Science Operations photogallery
Photo: Astronaut Carl Walz holds a plant on the Space Station. (NASA)
What: You can take your readers inside the world's newest research outpost the International Space Station every day of the week. View and download images of science facilities, the latest data from investigations, and photos of the crew carrying out day-to-day laboratory operations. Check out our featured weekly photo and gallery of archived images.
How: To view and download photos, go directly to the International Space Station Science Operations News home page at:
or to the Photo Gallery at:
When: Photos are posted daily on the Space Station science operations Web site. You'll find:
- New photos from space, images of experiments being prepared for flight, data from completed investigations.
Just added: New photos of experiments getting started on Space Station Expedition Five the new four-mouth research expedition on the Station.
- Photos of Space Station support facilities at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., including the Payload Operations Center, the science command post for Space Station; the Space Station Manufacturing Building where the experiment racks, Quest Airlock, and Destiny Laboratory Module were built; and the Microgravity Development Laboratory, a test bed for designing experiments and a telescience center for operating them in orbit.
News media interested in obtaining prints, transparencies or customized digital scans should contact Steve Roy of the Marshall Media Relations Department at (256) 544-0034 or firstname.lastname@example.org