"I suddenly find myself on the last night before which I’ll no longer be considered part of the crew on the Space Station. This is a very strange feeling indeed."
"It's very late on a Saturday night, and I was just hanging out by one of the large Japanese windows to watch the sunrise before going to bed."
"We flew across the rest of Europe in a few minutes and I was just overwhelmed with the beauty of our civilization as it was, splattered across the dark landscape."
"We've been doing a lot of work to move equipment, supplies, and trash around for the past few weeks."
"I’m sealed inside the descent capsule of the Soyuz vehicle, while my crew-mates perform their first Russian spacewalk (EVA). At this moment Sergei and Oleg are in their spacesuits and going through their checkouts before opening the hatch."
"The past three weeks have been a blur of new sensations, out-of-this-world experiences, and hard work."
Astronaut Greg Chamitoff answered questions about space and his experience living on the station.