The fabulous journey of a man passionate about the skies

An episode from the series SPACE TOMORROW

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Duration: 52’
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The International Space Station is the biggest and most complex scientific project in the history of humanity. A colossal platform of 450 tons that floats at 370 kilometers above our heads, this is a "space house" where people learn to live in zero gravity and attempt to understand our universe.

But the ISS is also an excellent research laboratory for more earthly matters like diseases, the ageing process or the environment. Despite being at such a distance from us, the International Space Station has some very concrete implications on our lives.

How does it operate? What research projects are currently underway? What could be the benefits for each of us in our daily lives?