Cady Coleman: What it's like to live on the International Space Station
Cady Coleman: Rasanya tinggal di Stasiun Luar Angkasa Internasional
Cady Coleman draws from her time at NASA and her missions on the International Space Station to share insights about team building, leadership and innovation. Full bio
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dengan pesawat ulang-alik
di Stasiun Ruang Angkasa Internasional.
Space Station for almost six months.
"Seperti apa rasanya di ruang angkasa?"
which is, "What's it like in space?"
mengapa tempat itu ajaib bagi kita semua.
it's a place that is magic for all of us.
dangerous thing that we do,
tahap yang paling berbahaya,
mesin roket yang terkekang
fury of those rocket engines
kemudian, mesin sengaja dimatikan --
on purpose, those engines stop --
are circling the Earth
stasiun luar angkasa.
dalam kecepatan 28.164 km per jam
at 17,500 miles an hour
yang seukuran Smart Car,
the size of a Smart Car,
yang seukuran lapangan bola.
the size of a football field.
with a gentle thunk.
saling merapat, berbenturan pelan.
akibat gravitasi nol,
keluarga ruang angkasa.
Rasanya seperti Peter Pan.
the entire space station,
dengan jari kaki.
tuck in with your toes.
was drifting silently
sebenarnya tahu saya ada,
if it knew I was there,
of that with the crew
starts with the perfect commute.
dengan perjalanan sempurna.
terbaik yang pernah ada.
morning view ever.
only 30 seconds,
hanya 30 detik,
memandang ke luar jendela.
of looking out that window.
actually still very close to Earth.
masih dekat dengan Bumi.
lengan robotik Kanada
to use the Canadian robotic arm
yang seukuran bus sekolah
the size of a school bus
eksperimen yang berbeda
for the next four months.
dilihat empat bulan lagi
every single one of those experiments
satu pertanyaan ilmiah
scientific question answered
dari lensa yang berbeda,
dari pertanyaan seperti,
to questions like,
atau sisi kanan di atas,
upside down, right side up --
lalu melayang bebas.
in a little ball and floating freely.
kapal pasokan kosong
into an empty supply ship
Semua orang penasaran dengannya.
so I made a little video,
helps everything go
suling, lalu diminum.
we filter it and then we drink it.
tetapi sebenarnya enak.
but actually tastes pretty good.
itulah yang penting,
the table that's important,
baik di luar angkasa ataupun di Bumi.
a crew together.
to the rest of the world.
tetap terhubung dengan dunia.
antara Bumi dan luar angkasa
pesawat luar angkasa berawak.
of human spaceflight.
juga sangat penting.
keluarga selama berada di atas sana.
the whole time I was up there,
agar rasanya kita tetap bersama.
as a way for us just to be together.
would go over Massachusetts,
yang melintasi langit.
sailing across the sky.
saya tak bisa lihat rumah saya,
I couldn't see my house,
bahwa orang-orang yang saya sayangi
that the people I loved the most
saat saya memandang ke bawah.
where mission and magic come together.
tempat menyatunya misi dan keajaiban.
yang lebih jauh dari planet kita
sustainability here on Earth.
keberlanjutan di Bumi ini
my family with me,
menunjukkan kepada saya
dalam Pesawat Luar Angkasa "Bumi".
ABOUT THE SPEAKERCady Coleman - Astronaut
Cady Coleman draws from her time at NASA and her missions on the International Space Station to share insights about team building, leadership and innovation.
Why you should listen
Cady Coleman is a scientist, wife, mother, pilot, musician, retired NASA Astronaut and a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions and a six-month trip aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Passionate about sharing her experiences aboard the ISS, Coleman delivered the introductory talk for TED2011 from space.
Coleman currently serves as University Explorer at Arizona State University and as a consultant for a wide range of space-related projects. Her first Space Shuttle mission set the stage for astronauts to conduct pioneering research aboard the ISS in materials science, biotechnology, combustion science and fluid physics. Launching the Chandra X-Ray Observatory was the focus of her second mission, making it possible for scientists everywhere to learn about black holes and dark matter. During her space station expedition, Coleman was the Lead Robotics and Lead Science officer, performing hundreds of science experiments and the second-ever robotic capture of a supply ship from the station. During her ISS mission, she and her crew coached actress Sandra Bullock in preparation for Bullock's role in the movie Gravity.
On the ground at NASA, Coleman served in a variety of roles within the Astronaut Office, including Chief of Robotics, lead for tile repair efforts after the Columbia accident, and, most notably, the lead astronaut for the integration of supply ships. She paved the way for commercial spaceflight collaborations that are now commonplace.
Before retiring from NASA, Coleman led open-innovation and public-private partnership efforts for the Office of the Chief Technologist at NASA Headquarters. As a volunteer test subject for the US Air Force centrifuge program, she set several human endurance/tolerance records while performing physiological and new equipment studies.
In addition to her role as University Explorer at ASU, Coleman is a research affiliate at the MIT Media Lab. She serves on several boards, including the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Earthrise Alliance, Dent the Future, Skycatch and Greenfield Community College.
Coleman earned a BS in chemistry from MIT in 1983 and a Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts in 1991. She is married to glass artist Josh Simpson, has two sons, Josiah and Jamey, and calls Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts her home. In their spare time, Coleman and Josh share a love of flying, diving and the exploration of new worlds right here on earth.
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