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Dec 8, 2020

Astronauts are cool - It's just a fact. That's why I'm so excited to share this episode with NASA astronaut, Terry Virts!


Terry piloted the Space Shuttle Endeavor, assumed command of the International Space Station (ISS), and spent more than seven months in space!


This is such a fun interview where I got to ask everything you ever wanted to ask an astronaut!

Tune in to learn…

-How to become an astronaut,

-What astronaut training is like,

-How to build up the mental dexterity being an astronaut requires,

-What the Grand Canyon looks like from Space,

-About the dangers of radiation in space,

-What the space shuttle launch feels like,

-About the space tourism coming soon,

-What the best space films are,

-& so much more!


Grab your copy of Terry’s book, How to Astronaut: An Insider's Guide to Leaving Planet Earth...

On IndieBound at

And on Amazon at (affiliate link)


Get more info on Terry's film, One more Orbit, at


And find all of Terry's past, present, & future work at



P.S. This is the 100th episode of Curiosityness so stick around for some commentary on that milestone!




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