Life in Space High-tech experiments, cross-cultural cooperation, cramped quarters and 13 tons of trash. The arrival of the Space Shuttle Discovery is exciting, but what happens on the international space station the rest of the time? We look at everyday life on the international space station.
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Life in Space

Life in Space

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High-tech experiments, cross-cultural cooperation, cramped quarters and 13 tons of trash. The arrival of the Space Shuttle Discovery is exciting, but what happens on the international space station the rest of the time? We look at everyday life on the international space station.

Guests:

Guy Gugliotta, science reporter, Washington Post

Ed Lu, NASA astronaut

Jim Voss, retired NASA astronaut

Tom McNichol, contributing editor for Wired Magazine