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December 22nd, 2010
08:11 AM ET

Cady Coleman from space: Try your hardest, 'real people do have their dreams come true'

American Morning has been following NASA astronaut Cady Coleman's journey to space for over a year now. We've spent time with her at her home in Massachusetts. We've watched her as she trained for the mission in zero gravity across the globe in bases in Russia, Japan, and here in the United States.

Today on American Morning, Coleman is with us live from aboard the International Space Station with fellow NASA astronaut Paolo Nespoli. Coleman talks with John Roberts, Carol Costello, and John Zarrella about her incredible adventure.

Watch the interview to hear her talk about what she brought along with her, how she's keeping in touch with family, and how her dreams are coming true up in space.


Filed under: American Morning • NASA • Science
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  1. Dan

    The view that Cady has from space must be awe-inspiring. Being 220 miles up, I wonder how far she actually is from Heaven.

    December 22, 2010 at 8:35 am |