Node 2 | Space Station 360 (in French with English subtitles available)

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ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet takes you on a tour of the International Space Station like no other. Filmed with a 360 camera, the Space Station 360 series lets you explore for yourself alongside Thomas’s explanation – this is the Node 2 module.

Node 2 is a European-built connecting module also known as Harmony that acts as an internal passageway and utility hub. Its exterior also serves as a work platform for the station’s robotic arm, Canadarm2, and has docking ports for spacecraft.

In this video, Thomas shows the different modules that Node 2 connects: Europe’s Columbus Laboratory, the US lab Destiny and the Japanese Kibo Laboratory. He also shows workspaces and sleeping cabins where astronauts can have some personal space and sleep with their sleeping bags attached to the wall.

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12 Comments

  1. Ohhh lalalaa c'est vraiment génial merci a Thomas Pesquet et à l'ASE/Esa de faire ce genre de vidéos…

    J'aurais mis un instant à retrouver mon sens de l'orientation… la question me.vient donc comment sont nommées les orientation dans la station haut/bas nord /sud ou avant arrière terre soleil on peut imaginer des termes marins comme cela reste un vaisseaux ?!?!

  2. Pour ceux qui ont un casque VR je vous conseille d'installer Mission : ISS, c'est juste trop bien, vous pouvez vous balader dedans (sauf pour la partie russe), et même contrôler le canadarm et faire des sorties dans l'espace.

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