Tuesday, 24 July, 2012
Seeing earth from space 'you realize that's your home'
The six astronauts that flew the shuttle Endeavour’s very last mission are in town for the next few days. They helped finish setting up the International Space Station a year ago. They also equipped it with a machine designed at CERN, the European Nuclear Research Center near Geneva, to measure cosmic rays. WRS’ Lucas Chambers caught up to them in Chamonix yesterday to ask them what it’s like to look down on earth from space:
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If you want to hear more cosmic talk head to the Théatre du Léman this evening at 8:30 p.m. The astronauts you just heard from and more will be there to give a talk on space travel, cosmic rays and more.
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