Node Two Harmony module on International Space Station 3D model
Node Two Harmony is a module on International Space Station 3D model
According to Nasa the Node 2 was built in Europe by Thales Alenia Space Italy (TAS-I) under contract of the European Space Agency. It incorporates six berthing ports: two in the longitudinal axis and four on the radial perpendicular axes. Node 2 is attached to the forward end of the U.S. laboratory and connects Columbus, the European laboratory, on the starboard side; Kibo, the Japanese laboratory, on the port side; the Pressurized Mating Adaptor 2 (PMA-2) on the forward side, which provides a docking location for visiting vehicles. On the nadir (Earth-facing) side, Node 2 provides a berthing port for the H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), a Japanese cargo vehicle as well as commercial cargo vehicles,. In the summer of 2015, the PMA3 (currently on Node 3) will be relocated to provide a second U.S. docking port on the zenith port of Node 2. In addition, Node 2 provides crew quarters for 4 crew members as well as vital functional resources for the operation of the connected elements, namely the conversion and distribution of the electrical power, heating, cooling resources from the ISS Integrated Truss, and support of the data and video exchange with the ground and the rest of the ISS.
There are a total of eight texture sets for this model: EndPanels HandlesBolts Hatch MainBody PMA PanelsOne PanelsTwo Wiring
Each texture set has the following 4096x4096 maps Base Color Height Metallic Roughness Normal Ambient Occlusion Curvature Position Thickness
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