Like any other NASA facility, the International Space Station (ISS) requires regular maintenance and upkeep. Inside the ISS’s dynamic environment, regular cleaning and routine inspections prevent both health and hardware problems. The crew cleans essential systems, work stations and emergency equipment to ensure readiness for use at a moment’s notice. Although the crew is constantly attentive, every six months a crewmember films the entire cabin interior and egress path of the U.S. Orbital Segment so that engineers on the ground can evaluate conditions from a fresh point of view.
If a new perspective is beneficial for the ISS crew, imagine how helpful it can be for you.