## How big is the International Space Station 2020?

The ISS is 109 metres long and 75 metres wide, which is basically the size of a soccer field, and it weighs around 420 tonnes that is about the same as 280 cars. It has a total of 932 cubic metres of space.

## What is the size of International Space Station?

357 feet

The International Space Station measures 357 feet end-to-end. That’s almost equivalent to the length of a football field including the end zones (360 feet).

**How spacious is the ISS?**

The ISS is designed to support a crew of six people at one time.

**How big is the International Space Station living quarters?**

In all, the living space on the station amounts to the equivalent of roughly one-and-a-half Boeing 747s. The main area was constructed piece by piece, by bolting giant can-shaped modules to each other to form one 74m-long tube.

### How fast does the ISS travel mph?

17,400 mphInternational Space Station / Max speed

The ISS revolves around the Earth at about 17,500 mph (~28,000 km/h) resulting in it completing one revolution in about 90 minutes, and about 16 revolutions per day.

### Is the ISS bigger than a 747?

ISS is larger than a six-bedroom house. ISS has an internal pressurized volume of 32,333 cubic feet, or equal that of a Boeing 747. The solar array wingspan (240 feet) is longer than that of a Boeing 777 200/300 model, which is 212 feet. Fifty-two computers control the systems on the ISS.

**How fast does the ISS travel in mph?**

That’s what the ISS does. The ISS revolves around the Earth at about 17,500 mph (~28,000 km/h) resulting in it completing one revolution in about 90 minutes, and about 16 revolutions per day.

**Does ISS use fuel?**

History. The ISS requires an average 7,000 kg of propellant each year for altitude maintenance, debris avoidance and attitude control. A Propulsion Module would have provided reserve propellant for one year of ISS orbit life in case of supply interruption.