NASA has an unusual candidate for the astronaut corps -- a rubber chicken. Seriously. Beloved by schoolchildren around the country, Camilla the rubber chicken has been training in fighter jets, flying to the edge of space, and visiting classrooms around the country as she prepares to go where no chicken has gone before.
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Curious science team member, William Dietrich, explores the relationship between river fans found in California’s Death Valley on Earth and similar fans in Gale Crater on Mars.
Expedition 33 Commander, Suni Williams, continues the tour of the International Space Station with a look at the station's observation deck, the cupola, as well as the Advanced Resistive Exercise Device in the Tranquility node.
Expedition 33 Commander, Suni Williams, continues the International Space Station tour with a look at the Destiny, Kibo and Columbus labs as well as the Quest airlock.