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2011 International Space Station Calendar Available for Download (Free)

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Are you looking for a free and unique calendar that you can print out and share with family and friends? The 2011 International Space Station calendar is a 14 page printout with a beautiful front cover, an inner page with an exploded diagram of the station, and a page for each of the months.

When you visit the International Space Station homepage look for the 2011 calendar download link (6.8 MB PDF file) highlighted in red below. There is a mislabeled hi-res version available as well (the file name says 2010 but it is actually a 2011 calendar). – Thanks for the tip on the hi-res version Kevin!

NASA – International Space Station [via I.Z. RELOADED]

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  • Published 01/5/11

Comments (9)

  1. Hatryst

    Wow… It features lunar dates as well !!

  2. Ali

    Nice :)

  3. Kevin

    Actually I just downloaded the hi-res and the contents are 2011 calendar, just the file name is 2010.

  4. AsianAngel

    @Kevin – Thanks for the tip concerning the hi-res version! ^_^

  5. Ali

    @AsianAngel – Can you please tell me how should I print this and make it a calendar to hang it on my wall?

  6. Nav

    Hi resolutioned one is really nice……..

  7. AsianAngel

    @Ali – Since these are one time use pages I would print them out on a nice colour printer and then use one of three items to hang it on a wall:

    1. Removable poster tape
    2. A polyview insert with the 3-ring binder edge trimmed off with scissors
    3. A small lightweight photo frame of some sort

    Hope this helps. ^_^

  8. AsianAngel

    @Ali – Just thought of another one…you could use a pair of thumb-tacks to attach it to a cork memo board. ^_^

  9. hi

    where do you download and why cant it just show it on computer

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