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Sunita Williams, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Space Station Commander, gave an extensive tour around their orbital laboratory. In the 25 minutes long video, Sunita Williams will accompany you on a fascinating and breath-taking tour of the International Space Station’s orbital lab. The tour reveals many answers to different questions particularly to those people who are especially curious about the twist and turns of the exclusive laboratory.

It was actually Sunita William’s final days as the commander of the International Space Station. Williams recorded the tour and downlinked the video just hours before she departed in the Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft to land on the steppeof Kazakhstan along with his flight companions, cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.

The 25 minutes long video extensively documented the authentic journey of an astronaut and space enthusiasts are vomiting rainbows as they were given a glimpse inside the NASA orbital laboratory.

It was indeed an eye opener for as ordinary people who don’t normally get to see these kinds of things. The video in Youtube has acquired a total of 2 million views ever since the day it was posted.

Sunita Williams is the Expedition 33 Commander. She started off the tour by with a look at its nodes-Harmony, Tranquility and Unity which includes the crew’s hygiene station and sleeping quarters. Sunita Wiliiams then proceeded to the Destiny, Kibo and Columbo labs as well as the Quest airlock. Before heading to the Leonardo Permanent Multi-Purpose Modue, she dropped by the cupola which is the station’s observation deck. She also looked into the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device in the Tranquility node. She indeed the tour with a visit to the Russian segment which includes Zayra, the first segment of the station launched in 1988 and Zvezda, the central command post.

It was indeed an interesting tour!

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