092 – Building and Living on the ISS
This episode is a conversation with ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli about the construction of and life on the ISS. As part of the STS-120 shuttle mission, Paolo was involved in installing the Harmony Module onto ISS. Later he served as a flight engineer on board ISS, as part of Expeditions 26 and 27. In the episode we talk about his two missions and compare the experiences on the Shuttle, the ISS and the Soyuz.
Thanks again for another excellent episode. It must be a challenge restricting yourself to an hour with such fascinating people.
yes :-) But of course I also respect it if people don’t have unlimited time…
Thank you for this great interview! It felt like being in space…
Amazing episode. Thank you Markus and all OmegaTau team!
Thanks for not giving up when the going is getting rough. The archive is already wonderful beyond what I could have imagined. It will only get better as you work out all the kinks. Hang in there.
You got any specific kinks in mind that need to be worked out?
The Landing of the Soyuz ist the best part!
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Awesome interview, thanks!