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What is Destination Station?
Destination Station is NASA's International Space Station Program national awareness campaign that promotes research opportunities, educates communities about activities performed on the International Space Station, and communicates the real and potential impacts of the station on our everyday lives.
The International Space Station is an internationally-developed research facility located in Earth’s lower orbit. It is the largest space station ever constructed. It serves as a research laboratory where astronauts from around the world conduct experiments in human health and exploration, technology testing for enabling future exploration, research in basic life and physical sciences, and earth and space science.
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Documents and Information
Destination Station: Guide for Educators
The Destination Station Educator’s guide is designed to help educators bring YOUR Space Station to classrooms. Begin to share the wonders!
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Teach Station is the platform for space-station-focused education resources, science and research information for students and teachers, crew updates and up-to-the-minute education news.
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International Space Station Benefits for Humanity
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ISS L.A.B.S. Educator Resource Guide
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