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Astronaut Talks Living and Working in Space

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Astronaut Mike Hopkins Talks Living and Working in Space while visiting Goddard Space Flight Center

On Thursday, June 12, NASA Astronaut Michael S. Hopkins, Colonel in the U.S. Air Force, shared his spaceflight experience of living and working in space with the NASA Goddard community. He was selected for the 20th Astronaut Candidate Class in July 2009 and was a flight engineer for Expeditions 37 and 38. Hopkins traveled to the International Space Station (ISS) on Sept 25, 2013, aboard the Soyuz TMA-10M spacecraft from Kazakhstan. He spent 166 days in space, returning to Earth on March 10, 2014. During his time in space, Hopkins spent almost 13 hours in spacewalk to change out a degraded pump module.

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Source: NASA - Multimedia

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