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April 14, 2027

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Kennedy Space Center

The United States Space Station (Luna) is the United States' first space station designed for use during a lunar landing and the second space station currently in operation. It is also the second space station NASA launched alone, the first being Skylab. The 100-ton space station has been in Earth's orbit for six years and has been visited by twelve crews.

Design and construction Edit

The design for the space station was completed in April of 2026. Construction began three days later along side with the construction of the Space Shuttle Spectrum.

The first part of the station, the service modules were lauched on April 14, 2027 from Cape Canaveral, Florida inside of the Space Shuttle Spectrum's cargo bay. It was put into orbit five days later. The remainder of the journey was to check each part of the module to prep it for the next module to be attatched that would be launched in November of that same year.

More modules launched every April and November for six years after the first module was launched. The station then had been completed in 2032. The station consisted of two inhabitable modules, the docking adapter, and the orbital workshop.

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