NASA Astronaut Dreams Up Space Inventions NASA astronaut Don Pettit spent nearly six months aboard the International Space Station and elected to spend his off-duty time performing science experiments of his own design. Pettit talks about life in space and some of the gadgets he invented while he lived there.
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NASA Astronaut Dreams Up Space Inventions

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NASA Astronaut Dreams Up Space Inventions

NASA Astronaut Dreams Up Space Inventions

NASA Astronaut Dreams Up Space Inventions

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NASA astronaut Don Pettit spent nearly six months aboard the International Space Station and elected to spend his off-duty time performing science experiments of his own design. Pettit talks about life in space and some of the gadgets he invented while he lived there.