[VIDEO] NASA’s Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with Homestate MediaPosted: February 15, 2014
From Ace of Spades HQ:
Longtime moron Wiserbud interviewed a couple of American astronauts live on the International Space Station today. Pretty cool. H2 Splitter Roamingfirehydrant hooked him up for his radio show today. The Wiserbud part of this video is just under ten minutes, the rest is another radio personality interviewing them.
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 38 Flight Engineers Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio discussed their mission activities, including scientific research on the orbital laboratory with WATR Radio in Waterbury, Conn. And KSPR-TV, Springfield, Mo. during a pair of in-flight interviews Feb. 13.
Mastracchio is a native of Waterbury who will remain in orbit until mid-May, while Hopkins, who was born in Lebanon, Mo. and grew up on a farm outside Richland, Mo., will be returning to Earth in mid-March.
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