Commander Tim Kopra, 52, has been an astronaut for 15 years, wrapping up his first space flight in 2009, where he logged two months in space and completed one spacewalk. A father of two from Austin, Texas, he served as an attack helicopter company commander in the U.S. Army prior to becoming an astronaut. Flight engineer Jeff Williams, 58, has been an astronaut since 1996 and is in the midst of his fourth space flight. A father of two and a grandfather of three, the Wisconsin native logged more than 362 hours in space prior to his current flight.
As they floated in microgravity on the International Space Station, TODAY.com spoke to the astronaut duo as part of our ongoing series to get the scoop on their morning routine.
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