Big, Bigger, Biggest: Space Station is a documentary film that explores the biggest of the Earth’s manmade satellites, the International Space Station (ISS).
The International Space Station is a habitable man made or artificial satellite located in low Earth orbit (350 kilometres from land) that revolves around the planet at around 29,000+ km per hour. Being one of the largest and most amazing engineering marvels in the history of mankind, it is actually visible to the unassisted eye at certain points of time. It functions as a research laboratory with space conditions and microgravity. A plethora of experiments in various fields of science including biology, physics, and astronomy, among others are conducted by its crew members.