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NASA astronaut Kayla Barron during Pre-Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Operations during Expedition 66.
Credits: NASA

I think there is no better possible training for Artemis and for our return to the Moon than being aboard the International Space Station.

Kayla Barron

Kayla Barron

NASA Astronaut

As a home to humans and a lab for scientific research for more than 20 years, the International Space Station is a one-of-a-kind platform for advancing technologies such as robots, computers, health monitors, life support systems, and more for both space and ground applications. The station also has made it possible for numerous experiments to delve into how space travel affects people physically and psychologically – knowledge that often improves the quality of life for people on Earth, too.



Last Updated
Sep 29, 2023
Ana Guzman