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NASA Commander Tweets To Take Questions In Space

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Uploaded on May 11, 2009

NASA astronaut Mark Polansky, commander of the next space shuttle mission to the
International Space Station, is sharing the final weeks of his training on Twitter.
Polansky invites followers to submit questions that he will answer from orbit during
his mission, STS-127, targeted to launch in June. Questions should be submitted in
the form of a video not longer than 30 seconds, posted to YouTube, and a link to the
video sent to Polansky's twitter account at:http://twitter.com/Astro_127.

Questions will be selected each week to be among those Polansky will answer from space,
live on NASA Television. The questions that have been selected will be announced on
his Twitter feed each week.

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