One giant step beyond

June 2010
Building Design;6/4/2010, Issue 1919, p10
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The article discusses the Space Shuttle mission that was launched on May 14, 2010. It states that the media did not get any report about the completion of the massive task because the station has been off to their radar. It also notes that the architectural press has overlooked the launching of the Space Shuttle for it is the first important piece of architecture beyond Earth.


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