Expedition 36 Flight Engineers Chris Cassidy and Karen Nyberg of NASA discussed their life and research aboard the International Space Station with the Washington Post's "On Background" online program and with the Portland Press Herald from Cassidy's home state of Maine during a pair of in-flight interviews on July 25. The two astronauts are part of a six-person crew orbiting Earth at an altitude of almost 260 statute miles. Cassidy is due to return to Earth in mid-September while Nyberg will remain aloft until mid-November.
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