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ONE OF THE MOST DETAILED ISS TOUR!!!

May 08, 2020
Hey, Sup Don. Are we going to do it right? This is the job Cameraman: This is the entire route, it starts and ends right here. So, I'm on my computer No hands Waiter: You have hands No feet He's a roommate Alright, welcome to the international space station Here's a

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We're starting right now in Columbus And if you look on this little iPad here's a photo of the station And right here, that's Columbus, so we're in the front area on the starboard side in that module over there. As you can see, it's the European lab, but it's not just European, we also have NASA racks here, NASA payloads in here as well at the same time.
one of the most detailed iss tour
In fact, there are some pretty new things here. Is this the EML? (not sure) Alex will have to tell you about it because it's his. But it's actually cool because it talks about magnetic limitation and I think it sounds cool. I don't know exactly what he's going to do. But he sounds great to me. Around here you can, it's hard to see, again, everything but we're cultivating the ah. This is where we grow lettuce, it's right there. Further away, just a storage area on a workbench, there's a storage area above me and a storage area below me here.
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This is where we take our blood and prepare everything to do it. Everything is very good for what is around here. It's a pretty easy task. We even have a centrifuge that we put the blood in to help process it. Then after doing that for 30 minutes, we freeze it, cool it all down and then send it to land and hopefully they can say something about it when we get there. Again, more storage here and also the ultrasound that we plugged in here. . We perform Ultrasounds of all types of parts of our body. Make sure we're still okay.
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And then ah There's also the slam d here that we don't want to set up but that's where we do ah, we measure our mass That's to see if we're losing or gaining weight. Again, there is also a lot of science here that we don't touch too much, that we just set up. It's a good place, it's going quite well and this is Alex's, you can tell it's the German flag on the back, it's a good place for Alex. Continuing in Node 2 Cameraman: The vacuum cleaner Yes, that's true. We have one of the

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important pieces of equipment on the ISS hidden here: the vacuum cleaner.
one of the most detailed iss tour
We say what NASA says is that this is the only equipment that doesn't suck on the International Space Station. But actually, this one is a lot better than the last one, so we like it and, oh, it's nothing fancy, just a vacuum cleaner. but we have to use it every week to clean things. Go into Node 2 and if you look at the picture here, Node 2 is this section here, it's this little front piece that fits into that station, so it's actually where the ferry used to be. and this black part is where the ferry used to dock and so right now, of course, there's nothing docked on that, but we're in this area right after there.
It's called Node 2. If you look here, this is where the shuttle actually docks. right through that hatch that way and there's still a device on Earth, a module called PMA that... (sorry, I can't hear it) and when we get a visit from a vehicle like the Cygnus or a Space manufacturing company) We avoid it down here on the near side, on the lower side we will open that hatch and we have it there. That's the idea of ​​being a Node, it has multiple points to connect to, so you have the four sections around here and the one in front and actually one behind us, so there are actually six places to attach .
Besides that, it's actually our workbench area and our living quarters in Node 2. Come this way. In fact, I see another of our workbenches here. We usually keep both workbenches, here and here, but this time we have one, the Columbus Module, just because Alex is working on a special project there. And then if you come back, you'll see that the four crew quarters are now visible around here. So we have four of us, this one is mine here We have Oleg/Alek (Artemyev/Skvortsov?), we have Tonto, we have Alex. It's kind of interesting because once you get into one you can't really tell what orientation you have.
They are so if I happen to go to Tonto's house to look at a photo, something that he has on his screen I will come out and I will be a little confused because I don't know where I'm going. Especially if you walk into Alex's, you walk out and you're really confused because you feel like you're in your own home, but when you walk out you have a totally different orientation. (He speaks very quickly and not clearly) If you look here, these are not too big at all. You can take a quick look and I'll jump in here real quick.
So we have our sleeping bag up against the wall. The way I like to do it is I have it attached here at a point and a point up here so I can put my feet up here when I sleep and I do it in the sense of this position like this. and I'm kind of curled up in a semi-side sleeping position, which is what I like to do on Earth and it works pretty well, it gives me al

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the same feeling, but it works well for me. Then when you wake up in the morning, the first thing you see is your laptops.
Do I have one that connects to the Internet that works 50% of the time and then I have another one that works with our LAN*? that gives us our schedule, all the other information or email us everything we need to do to work here, that's what it does. We also have an iPad, as you can see, and it's small too, but it really works well for me, we didn't need much more space up here. So let's move on to the lab now. And again, if you look up. Here... So what we're doing now is we're heading backwards.
If we go to the port side, now you can see that on your port side it is called node 3, and again it is very similar to the ahhh node. 1 and 2 and it's not even in this picture, so that makes it harder! but I might even have another one that shows... but never mind, it's ahh port Cameraman: blame the guy who downloaded the image, yeah... blame the guy who downloaded the image exactly what you don't normally do I don't have. Let's go back. We'll do it, we'll go to the gym, because we missed that at the beginning.
So, we'll head there. And then we finish the USES segment. And on the way I'm going to look for some water because I'm very thirsty. And I show you how we put water either for the drink bags or if we need to rehydrate some food. It will be room temperature water or hot water. This is the location. Now the PWD, portable water dispenser drinking water dispenser. I knew, well it's probably not that good either, so you just put whatever in the adapter, how much water you want and press the button, it's pretty easy. even I can do it.
Now if you want some cold stuff, we have this thing where we look at it and we have stuff in there, our main sauce is Sriracha and we live off of that, a good diet that makes everything taste better. It's done. . Full. And, uh, the cool thing about these things, these straws, of course, they have a little clamp on there, so if I didn't have that on there, I show you the pressure of the water, it just starts coming out. There you have it. Let's go to the gym. In fact, I'm going to go back to node 2 right now.

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