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Live SPACE.com Interview with Astronaut Karen Nyberg: How to Watch Live

NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg demonstrates how a single strand of hair can be used to move in the microgravity environment of space in a video recorded on the International Space Station in October 2013.
NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg demonstrates how a single strand of hair can be used to move in the microgravity environment of space in a video recorded on the International Space Station in October 2013. (Image credit: NASA)

NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg — fresh off an approximately six-month stay on the International Space Station — will answer questions from SPACE.com today (Nov. 20), and you can watch it live online. NASA TV will air the five-minute interview, which begins at 3:15 p.m. EST (2015 GMT).

I (SPACE.com's Miriam Kramer) will ask the questions, but I also want to hear from you, the readers! What do you want to know about life in space that veteran astronaut Nyberg can tell you? Please leave your questions in the comments section below or send them to me on Twitter @mirikramer or SPACE.com's Facebook page.

You can watch the interview live on SPACE.com via NASA TV. Nyberg came back to Earth on Nov. 10. During her time on the space station she performed scientific experiments, sewed a patch for a quilt and took many pictures of Earth from space. [Space Photos by Astronaut Karen Nyberg (Image Gallery)]

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Miriam Kramer
Miriam Kramer joined Space.com as a staff writer in December 2012. Since then, she has floated in weightlessness on a zero-gravity flight, felt the pull of 4-Gs in a trainer aircraft and watched rockets soar into space from Florida and Virginia. She also serves as Space.com's lead space entertainment reporter, and enjoys all aspects of space news, astronomy and commercial spaceflight.  Miriam has also presented space stories during live interviews with Fox News and other TV and radio outlets. She originally hails from Knoxville, Tennessee where she and her family would take trips to dark spots on the outskirts of town to watch meteor showers every year. She loves to travel and one day hopes to see the northern lights in person. You can follow Miriam on Twitter and Google+.