Video: Join us as the crew of the ISS tells us what they think of NASA's plan to ignite a big fire in space, share what's on their space bucket lists, choose the best space snack and demonstrate some synchronised space gymnastics. NASA astronauts Tim Kopra and Jeff Williams and ESA astronaut Tim Peake chatted with us this morning from aboard the ISS about life in space, the things they have seen there and the strangeness of microgravity. You can watch the whole thing right here.
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