Built for Exploration
The International Space Station (ISS) is a marvel of modern engineering, located in low Earth orbit and serving as a laboratory for scientific research and international cooperation.

Living and Working in Space
Astronauts aboard the ISS spend months at a time living and working in microgravity conditions, conducting experiments and studies that are not possible on Earth.

State-of-the-Art Facilities
The ISS is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories, living quarters, and exercise equipment to support the physical and mental health of crew members during their missions.

Zero Gravity Experiments
Scientists take advantage of the ISS’s unique microgravity environment to conduct experiments in fields such as biology, physics, and materials science, leading to groundbreaking discoveries.

Earth Observation
The ISS serves as a platform for observing Earth from space, allowing astronauts to study climate change, natural disasters, and other phenomena that affect our planet.

International Collaboration
The ISS is a testament to international collaboration, with countries from around the world working together to build and maintain this incredible space station.

Future of Space Exploration
As we look toward the future of space exploration, the ISS will continue to play a vital role in advancing scientific knowledge and fostering cooperation among nations.