The International Space Station<br />More Than You Can Imagine<br />William H. Gerstenmaier<br />Space Operations Mission ...
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina<br />
Japanese “Hope” Paper Cranes in the H-II Transfer Vehicle<br />
Combined Operational Load-Bearing External Resistance Treadmill<br />
Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean<br />
Baghdad, Iraq<br />Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean<br />Chesapeake Bay, USA<br />
Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites<br />
Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer<br />
The International Space Station…<br />…by the numbers<br />961<br />110<br />32,033<br />827,794<br />23,000<br />1,800,00...
The International Space Station…<br />…by the numbers<br />961<br />110<br />32,033<br />827,794<br />23,000<br />1,800,00...
59 Countries Have Participated in ISS Utilizationthrough 2010<br />Argentina<br />	Australia	<br />Austria<br />Brazil<br ...
ISS Research Accomplishments(Expeditions 0 – 24, September 2000 – October 2010, data as of  January 20, 2011)<br />Ice Cry...
1149 Investigations
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2011 American Astronautical Society Robert H. Goddard Memorial Symposium--William Gerstenmaier, NASA

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The International Space Station: More Than You Can Imagine

  1. 1. The International Space Station<br />More Than You Can Imagine<br />William H. Gerstenmaier<br />Space Operations Mission Directorate<br />National Aeronautics and Space Administration<br />
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  3. 3. Kitty Hawk, North Carolina<br />
  4. 4. Japanese “Hope” Paper Cranes in the H-II Transfer Vehicle<br />
  5. 5. Combined Operational Load-Bearing External Resistance Treadmill<br />
  6. 6. Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean<br />
  7. 7. Baghdad, Iraq<br />Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean<br />Chesapeake Bay, USA<br />
  8. 8. Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites<br />
  9. 9. Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer<br />
  10. 10. The International Space Station…<br />…by the numbers<br />961<br />110<br />32,033<br />827,794<br />23,000<br />1,800,000<br />90<br />100,000<br />
  11. 11. The International Space Station…<br />…by the numbers<br />961<br />110<br />32,033<br />827,794<br />23,000<br />1,800,000<br />90<br />100,000<br />Hours of Spacewalks<br />Launches<br />Cubic feet of pressurized volume<br />Pounds on-orbit<br />Meals eaten<br />Lines of software code<br />Kilowatts of power<br />People worldwide on the team<br />
  12. 12. 59 Countries Have Participated in ISS Utilizationthrough 2010<br />Argentina<br /> Australia <br />Austria<br />Brazil<br />Bulgaria<br />Byelorussia<br />Chile<br />China<br />Columbia<br />Croatia<br />Czech Republic<br />Dominican Republic<br />Ecuador<br />Egypt<br />Fiji<br />Finland<br />Greece<br />Guatemala<br />Hungary<br />Ile de La Reunion<br />India<br />Ireland<br />Israel<br />Kazakhstan<br />Kenya<br />Kuwait<br />Lebanon<br />Malaysia<br />Mali<br />Mexico<br />New Zealand<br />Peru<br />Poland<br />Portugal<br />Puerto Rico<br />Republic of Korea<br />Romania<br />Senegal<br />Slovenia<br />South Africa<br />Taiwan<br />Thailand<br />Turkey<br />Ukraine<br />
  13. 13. ISS Research Accomplishments(Expeditions 0 – 24, September 2000 – October 2010, data as of January 20, 2011)<br />Ice Crystal<br />Marangoni<br />MSL-CETSOL and MICAST<br /><ul><li> Expeditions 0 – 24
  14. 14. 1149 Investigations
  15. 15. 454 completed investigations
  16. 16. 734 International Partner investigations
  17. 17. 25 National Lab investigations</li></ul>> 1600 scientists<br /><ul><li> 310+ scientific publications (international count ongoing)</li></ul>APEX-CSA<br />ALTEA-Shield<br />
  18. 18. The International Space Station<br />

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