The International Space Station is still in orbit, and is still being constructed.
The International Space Station is approximately 340 km above the earth and because it orbits the earth faster than we are turning its position constantly changes. To find where the station is at any given time, see the link below ( you need to have Java installed.)
According to NASA there have been a total of 119 shuttle missions of which 110 occured.
It is 108.5 metres by 72 metres. That is a bit bigger than a full size football pitch! Mass375,727 kg (828,340 lb)Length51 m (167.3 ft)
from PMA-2 to ZvezdaWidth109 m (357.5 ft)
along truss, arrays extendedHeightc. 20 m (c. 66 ft)
nadir-zenith, arrays forward-aft
(27 November 2009)[dated info]
The ISS is 357 feet long, and compare that to a football field which is 360 feet long.