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NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) plays a primary role in NASA's development and operation of the International Space Station (ISS). MSFC provides all preflight dynamics and structural testing of U.S. Space Station elements and thorough qualification testing of Space Station components. From manufacturing and testing facilities, to preparing ongoing Space Station payload operations and microgravity research, MSFC is making significant contributions to the Space Station Program. MSFC is home to the Payload Operations Center, which is responsible for Space Station payload planning, data management, operations control, and overall integration and management of science payloads and experimentation that will continue to improve everyday life here on Earth. Led by the United States, the ISS draws upon the scientific and technological resources of 16 nations: Canada, Japan, Russia, 11 nations of the European Space Agency (France, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Spain, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway), and Brazil.
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