Space Station Collaboration Trivia: Week 2

This year the International Space Station celebrates (ISS) 20 years of continuous human presence, a major global achievement. However, international collaboration in space began long before the ISS. Get ready to test your knowledge of some of human spaceflight’s greatest global team-ups!

How many countries have been represented through research investigations onboard the International Space Station?

Peggy Whitson carries out an experiment onboard the ISS
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According to NASA, more than 100 countries have been represented by over 4,200 investigators in nearly 3,000 research investigations onboard the International Space Station (ISS)! The ISS is a unique orbital laboratory, unlike any other, that allows international partners to work and research alongside one another in microgravity. Science investigations on the station cover a wide range of subjects, including: biology and biotechnology, human research, Earth and space science, technology development and demonstration, outreach, and the physical sciences. During your next visit don't forget to stop by our International Space Station Gallery, where you can learn more about the ISS, one of the greatest international collaborations. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!

Space Station Collaboration Trivia: Week 2
So close!

Nice try! According to NASA, more than 100 countries have been represented by over 4,200 investigators in nearly 3,000 research investigations onboard the International Space Station (ISS)! The ISS is a unique orbital laboratory, unlike any other, that allows international partners to work and research alongside one another in microgravity. Science investigations on the station cover a wide range of subjects, including: biology and biotechnology, human research, Earth and space science, technology development and demonstration, outreach, and the physical sciences. During your next visit don't forget to stop by our International Space Station Gallery, where you can learn more about the ISS, one of the greatest international collaborations. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!
Nice job!

You got it! According to NASA, more than 100 countries have been represented by over 4,200 investigators in nearly 3,000 research investigations onboard the International Space Station (ISS)! The ISS is a unique orbital laboratory, unlike any other, that allows international partners to work and research alongside one another in microgravity. Science investigations on the station cover a wide range of subjects, including: biology and biotechnology, human research, Earth and space science, technology development and demonstration, outreach, and the physical sciences. During your next visit don't forget to stop by our International Space Station Gallery, where you can learn more about the ISS, one of the greatest international collaborations. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!

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