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Indonesia Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: indonflg.gif. Image width: 32 pixels. Image height: 20 pixels. Image size: 920 bytes.
Insat-2C Credit: ISRC. File Name: insat2c.jpg. Image width: 234 pixels. Image height: 232 pixels. Image size: 20,004 bytes.
Inspector File Name: inspecto.jpg. Image width: 249 pixels. Image height: 236 pixels. Image size: 17,428 bytes.
Intercosmos 7 Intercosmos 7 / DS-U3-IK
Location: Gagarin Museum / Trade Pavilion, Moscow. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: intcosm7.jpg. Image width: 306 pixels. Image height: 320 pixels. Image size: 22,591 bytes.
Intelsat 4 Credit: Intelsat. File Name: inte4clr.jpg. Image width: 274 pixels. Image height: 340 pixels. Image size: 22,128 bytes.
Intelsat 4A Credit: Intelsat. File Name: intels4a.jpg. Image width: 239 pixels. Image height: 366 pixels. Image size: 21,290 bytes.
Intelsat 2 Credit: Intelsat. File Name: intelst2.jpg. Image width: 358 pixels. Image height: 329 pixels. Image size: 27,762 bytes.
Intelsat 3 Credit: Intelsat. File Name: intelst3.jpg. Image width: 259 pixels. Image height: 335 pixels. Image size: 27,660 bytes.
Intelsat 4 Credit: Intelsat. File Name: intelst4.jpg. Image width: 202 pixels. Image height: 336 pixels. Image size: 17,887 bytes.
Iraq Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: iraqflg.gif. Image width: 32 pixels. Image height: 20 pixels. Image size: 156 bytes.
Iraq Gun Credit: UNSMC. File Name: iraqgun.jpg. Image width: 398 pixels. Image height: 324 pixels. Image size: 46,236 bytes.
Iridium Credit: Lockheed-Martin. File Name: iridium.jpg. Image width: 321 pixels. Image height: 152 pixels. Image size: 9,397 bytes.
IRS-1C Credit: ISRC. File Name: irs1c.jpg. Image width: 193 pixels. Image height: 219 pixels. Image size: 16,108 bytes.
Isayev and Korolev Location: Tsniimash. Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: isaykoro.jpg. Image width: 244 pixels. Image height: 191 pixels. Image size: 8,099 bytes.
ESA's Space Station ESA's Space Station Reorganisation - 1993-95. The International Space Station (ISS) over Europe.
Credit: ESA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: iseurop.jpg. Image width: 400 pixels. Image height: 284 pixels. Image size: 32,945 bytes.
ISF 1988 Rise And Fall Of Commercially Developed Space Facility.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: isf88s.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 413 pixels. Image size: 44,420 bytes.
Solid Propellant Isp Credit: Aerojet. File Name: ispsolid.gif. Image width: 466 pixels. Image height: 371 pixels. Image size: 6,651 bytes.
Israel Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: isralflg.gif. Image width: 32 pixels. Image height: 20 pixels. Image size: 159 bytes.
ISS Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: iss.gif. Image width: 512 pixels. Image height: 359 pixels. Image size: 11,653 bytes.
ISS Final Stage The International Space Station in as planned at completion. From top to bottom, Soyuz rescue craft, Russian Service Module, Functional Cargo Block, NASA docking module, US Habitat Module, truss, US Lab Module, European Columbus and Japanese JEM modules, docked US space shuttle. The inside panels on the trusses are thermal control system radiators; four sets of blue solar panels are at the end of each truss. The station will orbit at an altitude of up to 370 kilometres at an inclination of 51.6 degrees. The solar panels will generate 110 kilowatts of power, with 46 kilowatts available for science experiments. Total station pressurised volume will be 1300 cubic metres, over three times that of Mir. Credit: NASA. File Name: iss19a.jpg. Image width: 320 pixels. Image height: 245 pixels. Image size: 34,755 bytes.
Russian ISS Segment Another view of the Russian ISS segment, circa 1997. Many ISS elements had been moved from Russian rockets to the US Space Shuttle. The Russian laboratory modules (center) had been replaced with a larger FGB-derived design to save money.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: issbot.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 426 pixels. Image size: 49,605 bytes.
ISS EMU Suit Credit: NASA. File Name: issemu.jpg. Image width: 300 pixels. Image height: 469 pixels. Image size: 35,360 bytes.
American ISS Segment Space Transportation & American ISS Segment. Interior of the US laboratory module. The pressurized modules and about 70% of the hardware developed for the old Space Station Freedom project will be adopted for the International Space Station as well.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: isslabip.jpg. Image width: 632 pixels. Image height: 399 pixels. Image size: 42,227 bytes.
1993 ISS 1993 International Space Station - ISS Plan. The International Space Station work distribution plan from 1999.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: issstar9.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 481 pixels. Image size: 73,682 bytes.
1994 ISS 1993 International Space Station - ISS Plan. NASA presented Clinton with two final options: the small 4-man US-only "Alpha" Station approved in June or the larger and much more capable 6-crew "Russian Alpha" design shown here. President Clinton chose the latter option, essentially merging the American SS Freedom and Russian "Mir-2" projects into a new International Space Station (ISS). Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: isssts94.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 480 pixels. Image size: 67,114 bytes.
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