Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Karen Nyberg Talks International Space Station Benefits
Source: Reel NASA - http://www.youtube.com/user/ReelNASA
"Astronaut Karen Nyberg, a flight engineer of the International Space Station Expedition 36 and 37 crew, is launching to space May 28, 2013. In this brief message, Karen shares some of the benefits of ISS research and how science and experiments being conducted in space help life on Earth. Research and development in the areas of medicine, Earth observation imagery and materials sciences not only help advance space exploration, but also help our day-to-day lives on our home planet."
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Want to learn more? Visit www.nasa.gov
Learn more about NASA Astronaut Karen Nyberg: http://go.nasa.gov/109uXm2
Learn more about research on the International Space Station: http://go.nasa.gov/9cE4DW
Learn more about the space station's benefits: http://go.nasa.gov/wOelvu
Learn more about space station ultrasound research: http://go.nasa.gov/18MPX2P
Learn more about space station cancer treatment research: http://go.nasa.gov/109vdl5
Learn more about the space station's role in vaccine development: http://go.nasa.gov/109vggB
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