Explore the International Space Station’s Tranquility module from all angles on your mobile phone or headset
Node-3 Tranquility provides life-support for the International Space Station. Part of Tranquility is ESA’s Cupola observation module, a seven-window dome-shaped structure from where the Space Station’s robotic arm, Canadarm 2, is operated as it offers a panoramic view of space and Earth. Launched on Space Shuttle flight STS-130 in February 2010, Node-3 was
attached to the port side of Node-1 Unity.
Read more on ESA’s Node-3 minisite: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Human_Spaceflight/Node-3_Cupola
Explore Node 3 in Flickr, Facebook or YouTube format with your mobile phone and virtual-reality headset, or take the full tour including all Space Station modules with videos and extra information below. This is the final Space Station module in 360°.
Space Station 360: Unity (Node 1)
Space Station 360: Zarya
Space Station 360: Harmony (Node 2)
Grand tour of the International Space Station with Drew and Luca | Single take
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