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.
This NASA-approved publication, tentatively titled International Space Station: 20 Years of Human Presence, is being produced to coincide with the anniversary celebrations and events.
It will include messages and interviews with NASA’s current and past leadership, astronauts, and celebrities. The publication will also examine through feature articles and photographs, the history, current status, and future of the International Space Station, stories about 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, and ISS’ impact on space efforts for the next 20, 30, 50 years into the future as well.
Renowned defense & aerospace publisher, Faircount, will through a special NASA Space Act Agreement (SAA), release of a commemorative publication to mark the occasion. Produced to the same exacting editorial and design standards of publications commemorating NASA’s 50th anniversary, NASA Langley Research Center’s centennial, and variety of other publication’s celebrating people, technology, and organizations that are making remarkable moments for mankind.