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File:Power Tower Space Station Concept.jpg


English: This is an artist's conception of the proposed "Power Tower" space station configuration, shown with the Japanese Experiment Module attached. This model and several others were examined before deciding on the Space Station Freedom structure that was later abandoned in favour of the International Space Station. (06/19/1985)
Date 19 June 1985
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