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Posted 10 June 2013 - 09:42 PM


ISS Configuration

This fly-around video shows the International Space Station from space shuttle Endeavour after undocking May 30, 2011. STS-134 was the last flight of Endeavour which landed two days later. The seven-member STS-134 crew delivered the Alpha-Magnetic Spectrometer 2, a particle detector designed to search for antimatter.

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