3D space magnet – ISS – Space flight


3D space magnet – ISS – Space flight

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International Space Station (ISS) – 3D space magnet – Space flight and Men into space

3D picture on 6 x 6 cm plastic board with magnet

Space station

This picture shows the International Space Station ISS above Earth. There have been plans for such a space station since the 1980s. The ISS has been under construction since 1998. It is currently the largest artificial object in Earth's orbit. At present, it rotates around the Earth every 91 minutes at an altitude of 380 km. The picture shows a Soyuz space capsule approaching from below, bringing three astronauts to the space station.

The ISS has everything you need in a house. Astronauts can sleep, eat and do experiments in it. Some astronauts even live in the space station for over a year. Since there is weightlessness on board the space station, the astronauts float through the rooms and have to buckle up to sleep.

The ISS has now reached the maximum dimension of about 110 metres by 100 metres by 30 metres. It is to be operated at least until 2020.

ATTENTION
Choking hazard, small parts
Not suitable for children under 3 years of age

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Country of manufacture: Made in Germany

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