Researchers from five international space agencies, including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), live and work on the station in what is one of the world’s most ambitious multinational collaborative projects. Their research is well documented on NASA’s ISS blog and includes such wide-ranging topics as the effects of space travel on the human
Associate Professor Justin Walsh presented his new archaeological project on the International Space Station over the weekend at the National Geographic Society in Washington. It got a great reception from the NGS research and media staff. Check out the presentation below! Watch Video!