This Week in Rocket History: ISS Expedition 1

IMAGE: Sergei K. Krikalev, left, William M. Shepherd, and Yuri P. Gidzenko, the first crew to occupy the International Space Station. CREDIT: NASA
IMAGE: International Space Station (ISS), against darkness of space, photographed by STS-97 crew members onboard the approaching Space Shuttle Endeavour. Credit: NASA
IMAGE: The ISS as seen by the STS-102 crew after its departure. CREDIT: NASA

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