NASA International Space Station Crew Discuss Life In Space With CBS Radio


Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 44 Flight Engineers Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren of NASA discussed their life and research aboard the orbital outpost in an in-flight interview Aug. 17 with the CBS Radio Network. Kelly is completing the fifth month of his year-long mission on the station with Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko to gather valuable biomedical data that will be used to formulate a human mission to Mars, while Lindgren is completing the first month of a five-month mission on the laboratory.

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  1. Why do they leave wires hanging open on every corner of their space vehicles while everything is so nice and channeled in a regular airplane cockpit. This could be dangerous, isnt it?

  2. Latest news satellites and space craft orbiting the earth are malfunctioning because of shrinking magnetic fields. This means space craft outside Earths magnetic fields would malfunction. SO no Moon landings all lies. NASA needs to be accountable for grose lies and deception stealing billions from the American people.

  3. Motherfuckers talk with someone in other country and u barelly heard them and u telling me talking in space tousand miles away no video interference and no voice disturb 🙄🤷💩💩💩💩💩😂😂

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