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ISS infographic - Happy 15th Birthday. The first International Space Station component, the Russian Zarya module, was launched 15 years ago today, on November 20, 1998. Since then, a consortium of 15 different nations have constructed a world-class orbiting laboratory, with a continual human presence onboard since 2000. Construction was considered officially complete in 2011, but new modules are still planned.

Take a look at the crewed spaceships that have launched astronauts and cosmonauts into space during the first 50 years of human spaceflight in this SPACE.com infographic.

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1960's JFK Nasa Tours At The John F. Kennedy Space Center Souvenir Book

Nasa Tours JFK Space Center, 1960's

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Space, the Ultimate Visual Frontier: 70+ Amazing Infographics

NASA Space Shuttle Infographic

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The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

Space builders aboard the International Space Station. | The 17 Most Spectacular NASA Photos Ever Taken

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12 NASA Blueprints For Building Your Own Spaceship

Saturn V Apollo Flight Configuration - credit: Don Sprague, Huntsville Engineering. The Boeing Company, Space Division, Launch Systems Branch, Hunsville, ALA 35807 [1 January 1968]

Is anybody out there? Infographic.

The International Space Station: Inside and Out (Infographic) by Karl Tate, SPACE.com Infographics Artist

Space Launch System: NASA's Giant Rocket Explained

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International Space Station

The International Space Station

Infographic: NASA's Z-1 spacesuit could be used for exploring the moon and Mars (Space, PBL)

NASA Space Colony Concepts #infographic

Infographic: The nearest stars, their distances in light-years, spectral types and known planets.

How Interstellar Space Travel Works #Infographic

ORION Explained" NASA's Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle- Details of the Orion four-person capsule that could carry crews to the Moon or an asteroid, beginning in 2021.

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What's Next for NASA: Planned Missions Through 2030

In honor of NASA's 55th Anniversary we put together this infographic that shows NASA's planned expeditions through 2030.