Space Station Collaboration Trivia: Week 4

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!

Which of these space explorers was not a part of Expedition 1, the International Space Station's first crew?

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Correct! Wrong!

On Nov. 2, 2000, NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd, and Russian cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, the crew of Expedition 1, docked with the ISS. These three men became the first crew to live and work onboard the ISS for a long duration stay, kicking off what has now been nearly twenty years of continuous human presence onboard the station. Ever since Expedition 1, international crews have been living and working together on orbit, improving the station and furthering our knowledge about space, the Earth, and how microgravity affects the human body. 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. If you are interested in learning more about 20 years of continuous human presence onboard the ISS, click here. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!

Space Station Collaboration Trivia: Week 4
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Expedition 1

Nice try! On Nov. 2, 2000, NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd, and Russian cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, the crew of Expedition 1, docked with the ISS. These three men became the first crew to live and work onboard the ISS for a long duration stay, kicking off what has now been nearly twenty years of continuous human presence onboard the station. Ever since Expedition 1, international crews have been living and working together on orbit, improving the station and furthering our knowledge about space, the Earth, and how microgravity affects the human body. 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. If you are interested in learning more about 20 years of continuous human presence onboard the ISS, click here. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!
You got it!

Expedition 1

Nice job! On Nov. 2, 2000, NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd, and Russian cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Gidzenko, the crew of Expedition 1, docked with the ISS. These three men became the first crew to live and work onboard the ISS for a long duration stay, kicking off what has now been nearly twenty years of continuous human presence onboard the station. Ever since Expedition 1, international crews have been living and working together on orbit, improving the station and furthering our knowledge about space, the Earth, and how microgravity affects the human body. 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. If you are interested in learning more about 20 years of continuous human presence onboard the ISS, click here. Check back next week for more fun spaceflight trivia!

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