20 Years of Human Presence

On November 2, 2000, a new page was turned in the history of Space, when the first permanent crew arrived at the International Space Station. The Expedition 1 crew, composed of Space Station commander Bill Shepherd (US), Soyuz commander Yuri Gidzenko (Russia) and flight engineer Sergei Krikalev (Russia), arrived at the Station two days after launching from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

The Expedition 1 crew’s arrival kicked off what is now twenty years of continuous human presence on the ISS. Some 220 people from 17 countries have since visited the ISS over the past twenty years.
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To commemorate twenty years of human presence, NASA has approved the release of special publication as part of numerous events planned as part of the twentieth anniversary, entitled International Space Station: 20 Years of Human Presence, 

This photo-driven, magazine-style publication is going to be produced in both print and digital formats and opens with interviews and messages from NASA leadership and many of the astronauts who have lived in the space station. The publication will also examine, through feature articles and photographs, the history, current status, and future of the International Space Station. Stories will be centered on the station’s remarkable discoveries and technological advancements, and the organizations and people around the world that have been key to a remarkable 20 years in orbit. The editorial’s insights will also dive into the ISS’ deep impact on space exploration for the future.
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