CSU grad Kjell Lindgren checks in from Intercontinental Space Station

Astronaut Dr. Kjell Lindgren is sending his greatest to Fort Collins … all the way from room. 

Lindgren, a Colorado Point out University graduate, caught up with the Coloradoan from the International Room Station Wednesday morning to explore his time at CSU and what he’s carrying out on his current mission.

As mission commander of SpaceX Crew-4, which remaining Earth on April 27, Lindgren is guiding the 4-man or woman team through their time on the Intercontinental Place Station and researching matters like “fundamental physics, combustion fluid dynamics and the results that weightlessness and spaceflight have on the human physique.” 

In carrying out so, he’s applying what he known as a “foundational” and “fundamental” practical experience he received although at CSU. Lindgren acquired his master’s diploma in cardiovascular physiology from CSU in 1996 and went on to go to medical school at the University of Colorado in advance of getting to be an astronaut with NASA.

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