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Ask An Astronaut-The Astronaut Poet

  • Aired: 07/08/2016
  • 01:01
  • Rating: NR
Veteran space station astronaut Doug Wheelock describes what it's like being in outer space, and how poetry is the only way he describe the feeling of being weightless and looking down at Earth from space.
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Doug Wheelock says poetry is the best way to express his feelings about space exploration.
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