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English: Four pie charts to show the allocation of International Space Station hardware between NASA, ESA, CSA and JAXA. The allocation is as follows:
  • Columbus - 51% for ESA, 46.7% for NASA and 2.3% for CSA.
  • Kibō - 51% for JAXA, 46.7% for NASA and 2.3% for CSA.
  • Destiny - 97.7% for NASA and 2.3% for CSA.
  • Crew time, electrical power and rights to purchase supporting services (such as data upload & download and communications) are divided 76.6% for NASA, 12.8% for JAXA, 8.3% for ESA, and 2.3% for CSA.
Date 19 April 2009
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