#ICYMI: After 177 days in space, our #Crew3 astronauts are home! Drop your questions for Crew-3 in the comments! #AskNASA 💫 They will answer them in a Facebook Live on the NASA Astronauts Facebook page this Wednesday, May 11 at 10:50am ET. More: go.nasa.gov/394Vcqa

May 9, 2022 · 8:07 PM UTC

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#AskNASA To Thomas Marshburn: Has the food gotten better since your previous flights? And, to everyone else: Did you get spacesick at all? If so, what was it like?
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#AskNASA How did you react and prepare for solar storms while orbiting? Welcome home. Cheers and Science On!
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How did the overview effect affect you?
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Despite all your training.. where do you go in case of panic attacks? I can't imagine there aren't protocols for that. That black expanse. knowing that the walls you walk within are the only thing stopping you from being a frozen remmant of humanity? Hard to get that on Earth
#asknasa For all, which one of the experiment did it on the mission were your favorite?
#asknasa For the 🐢: was the mission what you imagined?
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Was 177 days.. like 7mins...or 7yrs..🤓
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Might be 7 min for them, cause they enjoy what they are doin
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#AskNASA Did u guys ever experience the presence of something totally alien ? Are u prepared to face possible alien encounters in space? What do u think would have been ur response to such a situation?
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#AskNASA for @AstroMarshburn How was Dragon compared to Shuttle? Which one in your opinion was better and why?