Talk with former astronaut Catherine «Cady» Coleman: Lessons from Space for the Crew back on Earth.
Former astronaut Cady Coleman talks about how her time in space can help those us here on earth. Her extended duration on the International Space Station can tell us a lot about life on earth. Cady has spent more than 180 days in space, taking part of three missions. She launched in 1995, in 1999, and in 2010, flying on both the space shuttle and the Soyuz.
Cady trained in Russia from fall 2007 to winter 2010. She completed her winter and water survival training with Nikolai Tikonov and Sasha Misurkin. On her third trip to space, Cady launched from Kazakhstan on Soyuz TMA-20. Her crew members were Scott Kelly, Oleg Skripochka, Dmitri Kondratyev, Paola Nespoli, and veteran cosmonaut Sasha Kaleri. They were joined in space by Expedition 27: Andrei Borisenko, Aleksandr Samokutyayev and Ron Garan.
She is a longtime colleague and friend of veteran cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev, who was a member of the first ISS expedition crew and the first Russian to fly on NASA’s space shuttle.
Join Cady for her live video chat called, “Lessons from Space for the Crew back on Earth” on July 9 at 18:00.
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