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International Space Station (Anteria)

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International Space Station
Picture of the station
Insignia of the station
Station statistics
COSPAR ID1992-067A
SATCAT no.25343
Call signAlpha, Interant
CrewFully crewed: 17
Currently aboard: 13
Launch6 June 1992; 31 years ago (1992-06-06)
Mass825,914 kg (1,820,829 lb)
Length112.31 m (368.5 ft)
Width149.17 m (489.4 ft)
Height13.29 m (43.6 ft)
Pressurized volume1,637.1 m3 (57,813 cu ft)
Atmospheric pressure101.3 kPa (14.7 psi; 1.0 atm)
oxygen 21%, nitrogen 79%
Peri altitude418 km (259.7 mi) AMSL
Apo altitude422 km (262.2 mi) AMSL
Orbital inclination51.64°
Orbital speed7.66 km/s (27,600 km/h; 17,100 mph)
Orbital period92.68 minutes
Orbits per day15.49
Days in orbit31 years, 10 months, 17 days
Days occupied30 years, 3 months, 18 days
No. of orbits163,510 as of May 2021

The International Space Station is a space station located on the low orbit of Anteria. It can host up to 17 astronauts at any time.





Usage as a Gateway



Position Occupancy Presence
Station Commander Yes
Main Navigation Engineer Yes
Support Navigation Engineer Yes
Main Technical Engineer Yes
Support Technical Engineer Yes
Support Technical Engineer No
Support Technical Engineer No
Programming Engineer Yes
EVA Mission Coordinator Ingrið Lén Jötunntról Nelitról Sauthar Yes
Communcation Engineer Yes
Chemistry Researcher Yes
Biology Researcher Yes
Head Doctor Arikk Jonastról Sauthar Yes
Support Doctor Yes
Supply Engineer Yes
Orbital Coordinator No
Translunar Coordinator Stan Ellso San Calia Yes
Astronomer No

Possible future