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003    OCoLC 
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008    200317s2020    it a          000 0 eng d 
020    8862087322 
020    9788862087322 
035    (OCoLC)1144777959 
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082 14 779|214 
100 1  Nespoli, Paolo,|d1957-|ephotographer. 
245 10 Interior space :|ba visual exploration of the 
       International Space Station /|cPaolo Nespoli and Roland 
       Miller. 
264  1 [Italy] :|bDamiani,|c2020. 
264  4 |c©2020 
300    191 pages :|bcolor illustrations ;|c26 x 31 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
505 0  Introduction / by Dava Newman -- The arc of space 
       exploration / by Roland Miller -- Photography and the 
       International Space Station archaelogical project / by 
       Justin St. P. Walsh -- Inflatable imaginaries and the 
       Goodyear space station / by Jeffrey S. Nesbit -- The 
       journey continues / by Walter Cugno -- Between saying and 
       doing lies the ocean / by Paolo Nespoli -- The geometry 
       and the uncanny in the interior of the International Space
       Station / by Alice Gorman -- Space station facilities -- 
       Preparation -- ISS research and training facilities -- In 
       orbit -- ISS Unity module, node 1 -- ISS Quest joint 
       airlock, equipment and crew locks -- ISS Destiny module, 
       U.S. laboratory -- ISS Harmony module, node 2 -- ISS 
       Columbus European lab -- ISS Japanese experiment module 
       (JEM), kibo -- ISS Tranquility module, node 3 and Leonardo
       permanent multipurpose module -- Cupola. 
520    "On November 2 2020, NASA celebrates the 20th anniversary 
       of continuous human habitation in space of the 
       International Space Station. In Interior Space, American 
       photographer Roland Miller and Italian astronaut and 
       photographer Paolo Nespoli offer an in-depth portrait of 
       the ISS, creating amazing unpeopled images of the interior
       of the ISS for the first time. As internationally 
       acclaimed scholars of space archaeology Alice Gorman and 
       Justin St. P. Walsh write in their essays, the ISS speaks 
       not only of who we are and will be, but also of who we 
       were. In 2024 the ISS will be abandoned; in 2028 it will 
       be destroyed. This book provides us with an eerie account 
       of what will remain in the space after our passing."--
       |cProvided by publisher. 
610 20 International Space Station. 
610 20 International Space Station|vPictorial works. 
650  0 Space stations|vPictorial works. 
700 1  Miller, Roland,|d1958-|ephotographer. 
700 1  Newman, Dava J.,|ewriter of the introduction. 
700 1  St. P. Walsh, Justin,|econtributor. 
700 1  Nesbit, Jeffrey S.,|econtributor. 
700 1  Cugno, Walter,|econtributor. 
700 1  Gorman, Alice|q(Alice Claire),|econtributor. 
994    C0|bWHP 
Location Call No. Status
 West Hartford, Noah Webster Library - Non Fiction  629.55 NESPOLI    DUE 02-08-22