NASA's Destination Station: ISS Science Forum is a public program dedicated to science aboard the International Space Station and discusses how venturing farther into the solar system to provide real benefits to life on Earth happens every day. The forum includes an interactive conversation with NASA International Space Station Expedition 40 crew commander Astronaut Steve Swanson, as he and his fellow crewmembers orbit 260 miles above Earth.
The forum's panelists include:
-- Elizabeth R. Cantwell, co-chair of the National Research Council's decadal study, "Recapturing a Future for Space Exploration"
-- Julie Robinson, chief program scientist for the International Space Station
-- Marshall Porterfield, director of the Space Life and Physical Sciences, NASA Headquarters
-- Duane Ratliff, Chief Operating Officer, Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)