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Strange facts you don’t know – Part 7

Mir station and the story of the space travel laptop

The Mir station was a Russian space station that was the first long-term research station in orbit and the only one until the arrival of the ISS. It was operational from 1986 to 2001 (with many uncrewed flights and other time on standby), and there were about three hundred people who served on it for various periods. The core module is still docked at Mir today; it’s been used as a museum since then, but I’ll get into this later in this post.

Mir station was a Russian space station.

You may not have heard of Mir station, but it was a Russian space station that orbited Earth between 1986 and 2001. It was the first long-term research station in orbit and it operated for about seven years—that’s longer than any other human-made object has ever survived in space.

There were about three hundred people who served on it for various periods of time: cosmonauts (astronauts), taikonauts (spacewalkers), engineers from different countries around the world, scientists researching various topics like climate change or astronomy.

It was a huge thing to be a part of, and it’s still going. The International Space Station has been in orbit since 1998, and it’s still operational today. It’s expected to remain in space until at least 2024 (which will make it 30 years old), but there are plans for its decommissioning after that date.

There are a lot of different reasons why the ISS is still up there, but the main one is that it’s just too expensive to take down. The station was built by multiple countries, and each country has its own section where they can conduct their research; it also has a lot of different parts that need to be repaired or replaced as they age.

The ISS is essentially a small town, and it’s going to take a lot of work to get rid of it. It’s also very difficult to predict when it will fall from orbit or burn up in the atmosphere; there are hundreds of factors that go into this decision.

Because of this, the ISS is expected to remain in orbit until at least 2024. When it does fall from orbit, it will be a huge event that scientists are watching very closely. There are plans for its “decommissioning” after that date; however, those plans aren’t set in stone yet and could change depending on what happens with the space station over time.

There are a lot of different reasons why the ISS is still up there, but the main one is that it’s just too expensive to take down. The station was built by multiple countries, and each country has its own section where they can conduct their research; it also has a lot of different parts that need to be repaired or replaced as they age.

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