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Seth Schopis (M, 38)
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    ET2 Architecture?
    This research studio will focus on architectural horizon and ground in a new way; from the perspective of what was called the big blue marble in...
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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.
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    SPACE STATION: Research Environment
    Components of the Exterior:


    • Robotic Canadarm 2



    Canada has taken on the task of designing the Robotic arm to both the Space Shuttle and
    the ISS. This robotic system plays a key role in space station assembly and maintenance:
    moving equipment and supplies around the station, supporting astronauts working in
    space, and servicing instruments and other payloads attached to the space station.

    Full Article of Canadarm 2

    Specs of Canadarm 2














    • Research Modules



    The Columbus Laboratory Module is a 23 foot long by 15 foot wide research facility permanently attached to the station. Inside there are 10 experiment racks about the size of phone booths. Thousands of experiments will be conducted in here based on life sciences, materials sciences, fluid physics and other research in a weightless environment not possible on Earth. In addition, the station crew can conduct experiments outside the module within the vacuum of space, thanks to four exterior mounting platforms that can accommodate external payloads. With a clear view of Earth and the vastness of space, external experiments can run the gamut from the microscopic world of bacteria to the limitlessness of space. The first two experiment packages will fly to the station on the shuttle with the module.

    Full Article of Columbus Module




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