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February 22nd, 2010
01:00 PM ET

Counting Down Cady: 'Cady Cam' takes us to Japan

Editor's Note: Cady Coleman, Ph.D. is a NASA astronaut – a veteran of two space missions, who has logged over 500 hours in space. She is assigned to the Expedition 26 crew and is scheduled to fly to the International Space Station aboard the Russian Soyuz 25 in late 2010. This is part of our year-long American Morning original series, "Counting Down Cady."

American astronaut Cady Coleman is getting ready for a six month stay aboard the International Space Station and we are getting an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look as she trains for the mission.

Today, Cady brings us to Japan courtesy of her "Cady Cam."

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  1. neil conant

    March 25 Hi Cady, I met you briefly at South Pole when you were in comms waiting for a LC130 ride to Mcmurdo. You graciously signed my cards and I have one on my wall. I wish you all the best on your next Mission. Dec 2005 was my last time at Pole.

    March 25, 2010 at 3:04 pm |