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What weighs 4.1 metric tons, is 21 feet long, 15 feet wide and goes by the name Leonardo? It's Italy's Multi-purpose Pressurized Logistics Module, making its way to the space station in early 2001. It's a work of art thanks to Dino Brondolo and company.
Need an extra hand? Just ask Alain Dubeau. When he's not managing the production and delivery of Canada's robotic arm and hand to the station, he's out and about leading scout troops.
Sylvie Beland believes the real nuts and bolts that have made the International Space Station a success, is teamwork. Imagine spending seven years designing a bolt for the International Space Station.


Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/07/2002
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