Space Station Astronauts Finally Get Room With a View

The astronauts of the International Space Station will finally have a room with a view -- a real view of the splendor just outside their ship. Two spacewalkers from the visiting space shuttle Endeavour, Robert Behnken and Nicholas Patrick, helped install the final large component on the station overnight. It is a 23-foot-long cylindrical chamber called the Tranquility Node -- but of most interest to astronauts, perhaps, is that on its side will be mounted a six-foot-wide windowed dome called...Full Story
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