A mock-up of the Zvezda, a Russian service module that is part of the international space station, at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. The center is home to a full-size mock-up of the station that is used for astronaut training.
Credit: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post
Long ago, in a dreamier era, space stations were imagined as portals to the heavens.
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