35 PAGES OF CONTRIBUTIONS BY FIELD EXPERTS
Language: now only available in English version
Release: September 2020
Be able to stay on the International Space Station for 20 years is not only the highest result of the technical-scientific collaboration between human excellence from all over the world but also a unique opportunity to get to know the human species in-depth. To explore and retrace mankind's achievements and their ways of building future homes by adapting themselves to a hostile habitat. Documenting glimpses of lived-in places is a job for space archeology, the only possible way to preserve any trace of the Space Station when it will no longer exist.
INTERIOR SPACE - A VISUAL EXPLORATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION is this: a visual diary of the human species beyond their own world.
121 high-quality images and 35 pages, in English, with testimonials and speeches by some of the leading experts in the sector - from Dava Newman to Justin St. P. Walsh, from Jeffrey Nesbit to Walter Cugno and Alice Gorman - they tell the story of our most ambitious achievements how it's never been told before. Science, technology, art. Memory of the future.
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