The Columbus science lab on the ISS was 2 billion dollars so it must have been a lot more than that.
There are a number of differences. First, they are in different orbits; the Hubble is higher than the ISS. The ISS is a lot bigger. Probably the most important difference is that the Hubble has a big telescope but no people, while the ISS has people but no big telescope.
the % of sao paulo iss 2000010101001
56 centimeters iss less than 6 meters, for there are 100 centimeters in every meter.
Yess itt iss
Yess He iss
I think ISS is what the Americans or the Japanese that call the game but in Europe its just called pro evolution soccer ISS is a different game to pro evo, there were ISS games being released in Britain at the same time as pro evo. Iss games were considered to be more 'arcady', and not a football simulation like pro evo is. The popularity of pro evo, and lack of sales of Iss meant that they dropped the franchise.
Yes it iss true that a whole number is a number with out a decimal point or a fraction
The International Space Station, or ISS, has been assembled in orbit from parts built here on Earth. The first segments of the ISS were launched into space in 1998, with other parts being added by several Space Shuttle missions. The ISS is not yet complete, and more parts are still under construction.
well it shows scientists that there are more spots on the ISS
its because its the ISS
, because Obama iss better than Mitt (:
iss pyaar ko kya naam doon will end very sonn probably 100 episode more
No one truly "owns" the ISS, but 6 different space agencies work on the ISS
iss petee wentz (he plays the bass) but i thought that sould be Patrick(singer-player) but pete has more fame than Patrick :D
personally i dont think he iss
Normally, the station has a crew of 6 people, or 3 in between crew rotations. The most people that have ever been aboard the ISS was 10, when the 7-man crew of STS-119 (Space Shuttle Discovery) was docked with the ISS, which had a crew of 3 aboard. Now that the huge Space Shuttle is discontinued, a maximum crew size of 6-8 aboard the ISS is more realistic.
The ISS is as big as a football field
well my trick was just spelling it really fast and it gets catchy MISSISSIPPI... but realy the main two letters that are important is s and p jus remember the iss iss ippi keep saying that over and over again and than when you can remember the iss iss ippi just add a m before you say it and there you have it you just spelled Mississippi by heart
In order to accurately answer this question, I would need to know, 13.6 percent of what? However, a wild shot in the dark at what you mean: 13.6% of a full circle is 48.96 degrees. I hope that helped!
The international Space Station orbits the Earth once every 90 minutes or so. There's a NASA web site that will show you the current position of the ISS (and more than a thousand other satellites). And spaceweather.com has a link to an overflights calculator that will show you when the ISS will be visible in the pre-dawn or evening sky from your location.
The ISS is expected to be completed in 2011.
The ISS works by converting the sun's light into electricity.