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ISS Expedition 36 Crew Patch
Image Description:
The dynamic design of the Expedition 36 patch portrays the International Space Station’s (ISS) iconic solar arrays. The slanted angles denote a kinetic energy leading from the Earth in the lower right to the upper left tip of the triangular shape of the patch, representing the infinite scientific research, education, and long-duration spaceflight capabilities the ISS provides with each mission, as well as our goal for future exploration beyond the Space Station. The numbers 3 and 6 harmoniously intertwine to form expedition number 36 and its gray coloration signifies the unity and neutrality among all of the international partners of the ISS. The blue and gold color scheme of the patch represents the subtle way the central gold orbit wraps around the number 36 to form a trident at its lower right tip. The trident also symbolizes the sea, air, and land, all of which make up the Earth from where the trident originates in the design.
Mission: Links
Payload: Links + Human Research Facility on Expedition 36 (HRF36)
Keyword: Patch
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Last Updated: 03/20/2017 - v10.0.68
Curators:  Abul A. Chowdhury
NASA Official:  Kenneth C. Jenks
Baselined: 7/15/2004
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