On 7 February 2008, Space Shuttle Atlantis launched to the International Space Station. In its cargo bay, ESA’s laboratory module Columbus. Now for a decade Columbus has been a part of the ISS. It is the place where ESA astronauts have done countless experiments in microgravity and the scientific importance of the module can hardly be overstated. This A&B roll looks back at Columbus on orbit. It includes an interview with Leopold Eyharts, the ESA astronaut who was the first to work inside Columbus.
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