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Holiday wishes from outer space

December 23, 2010 |  3:08 pm

A Christmas card from space?

NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Cady Coleman, and Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency, sent down their Christmas and New Year's greetings to Earthlings on Wednesday from aboard the International Space Station.

Kelly, Coleman and Nespoli are part of the six-person crew at the station. They are set to come back by May of next year.

Watch the video above, in which they extend their warm wishes for the holiday season.


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