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YouTube Space Lab: Watch Live Interviews of NASA Astronaut Sunita Williams from 250 Miles above the Earth
YouTube Space Lab is the newest channel by world’s most viewed and well recognized video network on internet which will really become a web viral just from its launch on September 13.
Sunita Williams- NASA Astronaut
Space Lab will bring the live stream from the International Space Station 250 miles above the earth that will offer interviews of NASA astronaut Sunita Williams by Bill Nye to explore the results of the winning experiments of her space journeys.
According to Wikipedia:
Sunita Williams (born Sunita Pandya Krishna; September 19, 1965) is an Americanastronaut of Indian/Slovenian descent and a United States Navy officer who holds the record for longest spaceflight by a woman. She was assigned to the International Space Station as a member of Expedition 14 and Expedition 15. On July 1, 2012 she began serving as a flight engineer on Expedition 32. In addition to holding the record for the longest space flight time among female space travelers (195 days, not counting her ongoing 2012 mission), she holds the record for number of spacewalks for a female, and most spacewalk time for a female. Williams first broke the two spacewalk records for women space travellers—most number of spacewalks, and most spacewalk time—during Expedition 14/15 in 2007, but both records were surpassed by Peggy Whitson during Expedition 16. Williams regained both records during her sixth spacewalk, on September 5, 2012, and currently has 44 hours of spacewalk time.
Here is the direct link to YouTube Space Lab channel for watching Sunita Williams chats with Bill Naye.