NASA Successfully Inflated Their Space Habitat on the ISS
If you haven’t heard, NASA in conjunction with Bigelow Aerospace developed an inflatable habitat that was implemented aboard the International Space Station. After one failed attempt, the crew aboard the ISS was able to successfully inflate the habitat after several hours of work. According to Engadget, the pod is now ۵٫۶ feet out and 10.6 feet across. There’s still a little bit of work to be done on the inflation of the habitat, as the final size will span 7 feet out from the connecting point onboard. Check out the short timelapse video of the spherical habitat inflating below.