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ISS Sunday, 21 July, 2002, 15:36 GMT 16:36 UK
Shuttle makes night landing
Astronauts on the space shuttle Discovery have made a rare night-time landing on a floodlit runway after completing their mission to the International Space Station.

Shuttle launches 'disco ball'
The space shuttle Discovery has launched a spinning mirrored ball which will reflect light visible on Earth.

Shuttle astronauts head home
The space shuttle astronauts undock from the International Space Station and begin the two-day journey back to Earth.

Space station astronauts unpack bags
The highly-trained crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery worked as baggage handlers on Tuesday, as they unpacked supplies into the International Space Station.

Space station repairs begin
Astronauts from the space shuttle Discovery have entered the International Space Station (ISS), immediately beginning repairs.



Shuttle docks at space station
The shuttle Discovery makes history by becoming the first space craft to dock with the International Space Station, 230 miles above Earth.



Hearing lost in space
The International Space Station will be so noisy inside that astronauts could miss warning signals and have their hearing damaged.



New test for space 'lifeboat'
The US space agency Nasa has conducted a second, successful flight test of the spacecraft that will become the lifeboat for the International Space Station.



Astronauts cross new threshold
Astronauts enter the international space station for the first time and simply turn on the lights.



Space station comes alive
Two US astronauts have completed a spacewalk in which they hooked up power cables between the first two modules of the International Space Station.



Unity and Zarya are one
The first two components of the International Space Station are joined together by a gentle shove from the Shuttle Endeavour.



International city in the sky
The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest scientific and technological project ever undertaken.

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