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Jan 28, 2020

Since the beginning of the International Space Station some 20 years ago, medical research has been on the main focuses.  NASA Medical Scientist Col. Dr. Drew Morgan, talks about his medical role and working in space.

Jan 21, 2020

Three historic events remembered by Rick Potlock, Washington Bureau Chief including the Apollo One launch pad fire and two Space Shuttle disaster anniversary's.  Followed by a special NASA report with David Denault on Biomedical research that can only be done in non-gravity aboard the International Space Station

Jan 14, 2020

The International Space Station is now open for all commercial business as well as space tourism.  Be sure to have a pen and paper ready to make notes on being a tourist in space.  You'll be surprised how much it costs to breath, eat and use water per day on the ISS.

Jan 7, 2020

What is like to live aboard a space station the circles the globe every 92 minutes?  And what stress astronauts face living for extended time floating in space.  David and Washington Bureau Chief, Rick Potlock report.