Life on the International Space Station

In this class we will take an in-depth look at the wonders of the International Space Station: how it was made, how it functions, and what life is like for the men and women who live onboard the greatest (and most expensive) machine that humankind has produced. Since launching the first module in 1998 to its completion in 2011, the ISS remains the most complex building project ever attempted and has yielded answers to some of the universe’s deepest secrets. Together we will explore the history of the project, how it functions as a safe haven for humans 250 miles up in space, how it all came together piece by piece over the course of 43 launches and thirteen years, and what its future holds.

Registration deadline: May 14

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