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Pile of Retro TVs with the ISS Cupola on the Screens. (Stock Footage)

Pile of Retro TVs with the ISS Cupola on the Screens. (Stock Footage)

The Cupola is an ESA-built observatory module of the International Space Station (ISS). Its name derives from the Italian word cupola, which means “dome”. Its seven windows are used to conduct experiments, dockings and observations of Earth. It was launched aboard Space Shuttle mission STS-130 on 8 February 2010 and attached to the Tranquility (Node 3) module. The Cupola provides an observation and work area for the ISS crew giving visibility to support the control of the space station remote manipulator system and general external viewing of Earth, celestial objects and visiting vehicles. Its name derives from Italian word cupola, which means “dome”. Dark Blue Tone. Zoom In. Elements of this video furnished by NASA. Full HD.

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