U.S. space shuttle Endeavour crewmembers Russian Sergei Krikalev (L) and U.S. Commander Bob Cabana (R) check readings from the U.S. Unity connecting module and the Russian Zarya control module, on the shuttle's aft flightdeck. The Endeavour and her six person crew were on the first International Space Station assembly mission to assemble the U.S. Unity connecting module with the Russian Zarya control module and ready them for operational status. (AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
Astronaut Hall of Fame: the final frontier
Minneapolis native and NASA astronaut Col. Bob Cabana commanded four space shuttle flights, including the first one to build the International Space Station. He joins Midday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to talk about his career before his upcoming induction into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Bob Cabana: director, Stennis Space Center and NASA astronaut