NASA Astronaut and Massachusetts native, Chris Cassidy, onboard the International Space Station, answered questions about what it's like to live and work in space during a NASA In-Flight Educational event with students from the Talbot Innovation Middle School in Fall River, Massachusetts. Cassidy and his two Russian crewmates are flying as a three-man crew until May 28, U.S. time, when three additional crew members, including NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg, arrive on the complex to return the laboratory to its usual six-person complement.
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