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The Cupola an element scheduled to be installed on the International Space Station sits uncrated inside the Space Station Processing Facility.

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The Cupola, an element scheduled to be installed on the International Space Station in early 2009, sits uncrated inside the Space Station Processing Facility after its delivery from Turin, Italy. A dome-shaped module with seven windows, the Cupola will give astronauts a panoramic view for observing many operations on the outside of the orbiting complex. The view out of the Cupola windows will enhance an arm operator's situational awareness, supplementing television camera views and graphics. It will provide external observation capabilities during spacewalks, docking operations and hardware surveys and for Earth and celestial studies. The Cupola is the final element of the Space Station core.

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  • Title: The Cupola an element scheduled to be installed on the International Space Station sits uncrated inside the Space Station Processing Facility.
  • Location: Kennedy Space Center, FL
  • Owner: KSC
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