Category:Columbus (ISS module)

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English: Columbus is a science laboratory designed to be a part of the International Space Station (ISS).
Columbus 
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science laboratory that is part of the International Space Station
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Instance ofspace module
Part ofInternational Space Station (11 February 2008)
Has part
  • Fluid Science Laboratory
  • European Physiology Modules
  • Biolab
  • European Drawer Rack
  • European Technology Exposure Facility (15 February 2008, 2 September 2009)
  • SOLAR (15 February 2008)
  • Materials International Space Station Experiment
  • International Standard Payload Rack (10)
Manufacturer
Diameter
  • 4.477 metre
Length
  • 6.871 metre
Cost
  • 1,400,000,000 euro (circa)
Authority control
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