Hark, NASA Heralds Season's Greetings Exchange With Space Station Crew

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WASHINGTON -- Season's greetings will be offered by International
Space Station Commander Jeff Williams and Flight Engineer Max Suraev
in a special video message airing this week on NASA Television and
the NASA Web site.

The greetings are part of the daily NASA Video File beginning at noon
EST weekdays. For NASA TV streaming video, scheduling and downlink
information, visit:


The public also is invited to send personal holiday greetings to the
station crew using the NASA Web site or Twitter. To send a
personalized message to the crew via the Web, visit:


To send a holiday "Tweet," visit:


The next space station crew members -- Flight Engineers T.J. Creamer,
Soichi Noguchi and Oleg Kotov -- will arrive at the orbital
laboratory next week, not in a sleigh drawn by reindeer, but aboard a
Soyuz spacecraft. The new residents look forward to receiving holiday
greetings, or "tweetings," when they reach the station. They are
scheduled to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on
Dec. 20 and dock with the station on Dec. 22. They will enjoy
off-duty time and share a special meal during the holidays.

For more about the Expedition 22 mission and crew, visit:


Source: NASA

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