NASA Administrator Charles Bolden had a chance to explore the scientific research being conducted aboard the International Space Station during an in-flight discussion with Expedition 41 Flight Engineers Barry Wilmore and Reid Wiseman of NASA Oct. 28. The event took place during a visit by Bolden to the Payload Operations and Integration Center at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, which controls science research on the orbital laboratory. Wilmore has been aboard the station since late September and will remain in orbit until March 2015, while Wiseman is scheduled to return to Earth Nov. 10 in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft for a parachute-assisted landing in Kazakhstan.
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