Space Station Crew Member Discusses Life in Space with the NBC “Today” Show


Published on Aug 14, 2013

Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 36 Flight Engineer Karen Nyberg of NASA discussed life and research on the orbital laboratory with the NBC “Today” Show during an in-flight interview on August 14. Nyberg arrived aboard the station in late May and will remain in orbit until her return to Earth aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in mid-November.

So Hatfield will always be known as Space Bowie, and Nyberg will be remembered as the Space Sassoon Girl…or something.

Poor Parmitano will be remembered as the first astronaut to almost drown in space.

Drowning in space is something a lot of us thought not even possible.  From his misfortune, many of us learned something.


Expedition Crew Meets With Russian State Commission and Media


Published on May 27, 2013

In preparation for launch, the final meeting between the Russian State Commission and the crew of International Space Expedition 36/37 meets in Baikonur Kazakhstan.

Expedition 36/37 Soyuz Rocket moves to Launch Pad


Published on May 26, 2013

A massive rocket tipped with a Soyuz Spacecraft is rolled from its protective hanger to the remote launch pad where soon t will blast off and take its American, Russian and Italian crew to rendezvous with the International Space Station.


Expedition 36/37 Crew Takes Questions from Media | Scheduled Flight May 29th 12:31 AM Moscow Time


Published on May 8, 2013

Members of Expedition 36/37 take questions from the news media at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia, outside Moscow on May 8 as part of traditional pre-launch activities. After the news conference, six crew members participate in traditional ceremonies at Red Square in Moscow, laying flowers at the Kremlin Wall and touring the Kremlin as they paid tribute to iconic Russian space heroes.

Next ISS Crew Checks Out Its Ride to Space


Published on Apr 30, 2013

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NASA U.S. astronaut Karen Nyberg (L), Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin (C) and European Space Agency (ESA) Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano (R) j(Photo credit:  YURI KADOBNOV/AFP/Getty Images)