ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet takes you on a tour of the International Space Station like no other. Filmed with a 360 camera, the Space Station 360 series lets you explore for yourself alongside Thomas’s explanation – episode seven is NASA’s Destiny laboratory.
The International Space Station’s fourth module, Destiny, was waunched on 7 February 2001 on Space Shuttle Atlantis. The American module is the heart of the non-Russian part of the Station and allows experiments to be performed in many disciplines, from biology to physics, including a rack for burning liquids in weightlessness and the European Microgravity Science Glovebox.
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Spacewalk scenes with Thomas and Aki – 8K!
Thomas tours the MLM module (in French with English subtitles available)
Node 2 | Space Station 360 (in French with English subtitles available)
Kibo | Space Station 360 (in French with English subtitles available)
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