NASA Astronaut Celebrates 50th Birthday in Space Aboard the ISS

The first module of ISS was launched in 1998, which is a collaboration between five national space agencies including NASA (United States), ESA (Europe), Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), and CSA (Canada). Russia’s Soyuz modules are used for resupply cargo as well as astronauts at ISS. From the year 2017, SpaceX’s Dragon module is used for supply missions. 

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