The International Space Station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes at 7 km/sec.

Astronauts on the ISS have to work out for more than 2 hours to prevent muscle and bone loss.


It took more than 40 flights to deliver all the pieces of the ISS.


Eight spacecraft can be docked to the ISS at once.


Astronauts on ISS experience 16 sunsets and 16 sunrises in a 24 hour period.


ISS is currently the most costly object ever built by humans.

The ISS was assembled piece by piece over the years. Today, It is about the size of a football field.

The water recovery system on the ISS recycles urine, sweat, and moisture into drinking water.