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|Axis||Progress (supply ship), Zvezda||Zarya, PMA-1||Unity||Destiny, PMA-2|
|Starbord||n/a||n/a||"Quest" Airlock (more)||n/a|
|Nadir||Pirs and Strela boom||Soyuz (CRV)||(for MPLM)||n/a|
|Zenith||n/a||Z-1 Truss more||S-0 Truss|
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SOYUZ launch vehicles (info at Russianspaceweb.com) launch Soyuz and Progress (more) vehicles.
The European Space Agency is preparing the Automated Transfer Vehicle for launch in autumn 2004. "Every 12 months or so, the ATV will haul 7.5 tonnes of cargo from its Kourou launch site in French Guiana to the Station 400 km above the Earth. An on board high precision navigation system will guide the ATV on a rendezvous trajectory towards ISS, where it will automatically dock with the Station's Russian service module. The ATV will remain there as a pressurized and integral part of the Station for up to six months until its final mission: a fiery one-way trip into the Earth's atmosphere to dispose of up to 6.5 tonnes of Station waste."
NASDA's HOPE-X is nearing completion.
SPACEHAB pressurized logistics module: Overview, SPACEHAB.COM home.
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