Samantha Cristoforetti and I (video interview on G+ 2013)


Here is the QR code with the interview and the translation of the interview in Russian Chinese, Japanese and Italian. The video is subtitled in Italian

28487-samantha2bcristoforetti2bintervista IN ENGLISH: http://goo.gl/fC60fV

На русском языке: http://goo.gl/6KBg0d

中國語文:http://goo.gl/91zSPX

日本語で:http://goo.gl/sv8xUU

IN ITALIANO:http://goo.gl/av2tf4

 

Hangout on G+ with Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti (Youtube video)


Soyuz is the longest serving manned spacecraft...
Soyuz is the longest serving manned spacecraft design in history (1967– ) , upgraded regularly (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

(by pio dal cin) February 15th 2013 10:23 pm. What a great experience today. I had the great privilege and honour to talk to Astronaut +Samantha Cristoforetti  from the +European Space Agency, ESA  in  Germany. We had a friendly talk about her upcoming experience on November 2014 when she will be a member of the crew going into the ISS (International Space Station) where she will spend six months orbiting around the Earth. I learned many things that I did not know about the ISS and life up there. One astonishing fact for me was the speed of travelling around the Earth as it takes about one and a half hour to complete an orbit. Curious to find out? Just watch this video and find out all the details of a great mission.

+Samantha Cristoforetti  will be the first Italian woman to have the honour of being sent into space to the ISS.

Thanks again for your time.  I had a great time 

 +pio dal cin 

Hangout with the first Italian woman to go into the ISS for six months in 2014


NASA astronaut Robert L. Curbeam, Jr. (left) a...
NASA astronaut Robert L. Curbeam, Jr. (left) and European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang, both STS-116 mission specialists, participate in the mission’s first of three planned sessions of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction resumes on the International Space Station. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

English: ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from Italy Deutsch: ESA Astronautin Samantha Cristoforetti aus Italien (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hangout with Samantha Cristoforetti (by pio dal cin) I am so excited and proud to announce to have had clearance for an exclusive interview with +Samantha Cristoforetti . I will interview her exclusively on my humble show on +Google+   called +You Are The Star (for FIVE minutes) 

The show was meant to bring “Gplussers”to the open in front of a camera and have a nice peaceful conversation about themselves and their experience both in life and on +Google+  as it was first launched almost two years ago.

First Italian woman astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti does not like celebrity. She easily escaped the spotlight from the media to resume her training.
 A marathon that will end on 2014 when she will be launched into space to join the ISS (International Space Station) where she will spend a record six months studying Mother Earth and performing various  experiments 

The main training takes place in Houston Texas at the +NASA . Samantha has a great curriculum:
35 years old,  Aeronautic’s captain and over five hundred hours on military airplanes.

She was picked  among thousands of candidates in 2009 by the European Space Agency ESA along with five other astronauts among whom captain Luca Palermitano.

She is training very hard. As the leading engineer on board, she has to know the ISS inside out.

Her dream as a child was to become an astronaut, now that she has finally fullfilled her dream she is ready for the greatest challange of her life.

So, if you are ready to listen to her and what she has to tell about herself and her mission tune in on February 15th at  5 pm (Rome Time) on +YouTube . You’ll be able to see her LIVE and post your questions to her.

Here is the link to my +YouTube  channel  (pio dal cin Youtube channel)

English: ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti ...
English: ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from Italy Deutsch: ESA Astronautin Samantha Cristoforetti aus Italien (Photo credit: Wikipedia)