NBC's Brian Williams recently spoke with the crew of the International Space Station.
The International Space Station orbits the earth 16 times a day and on Saturday morning it will streak across the sky over New York City, if weather allows. Among those on board: astronaut Sunita Williams. With 195 days in space she's a record-holder among women. Check out this picture of Suni, one of the coolest sent from the ISS.
NASA flight engineer Sunita Williams holds the women's record for the longest time spent in space, and now she will become the next commander of the International Space Station. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
U.S. Astronaut Suni Williams is the new female record holder for spacewalks. NBC's Brian Williams reports.