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Series Photograph Early in the next century, people from across the globe will be able to look up into the night sky and see the results of the most ambitious space construction project ever undertaken in the history of humanity -- the International Space Station.

This December, go behind-the-scenes to share in the surprises, challenges, the human ingenuity, tough decisions and even the disappointments of this massive endeavor. SPACE STATION, a two-part documentary series airing on consecutive Tuesdays, December 14 and 21, 1999, from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET (check local listings), follows engineers, scientists, managers and astronauts from sixteen nations, led by NASA, as they navigate the financial, technical and political challenges of creating the International Space Station. You will discover through their eyes what it takes to build a project of this immense size and complexity.

Series Photograph   Episode One, SPACE STATION: The Journey Begins
  Episode Two, SPACE STATION: The Next Step
  An Interview with Producer, Director, and Writer Karl Sabbagh.
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