Geek Fact for December 4th


In 1998, the Space Shuttle Endeavour was launched on the first mission to begin assembling the International Space Station (ISS).

Two days later, the U.S.-built connecting node, Unity, was coupled with the Russian-built control module, Zarya, which means Sunrise, and the space station was a reality.

Learn more at http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/news/2008/12/dayintech_1204.

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