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What would you ask an astronaut in space?

By Lauren Said-Moorhouse & Tara Kelly, for CNN
updated 7:38 AM EDT, Fri June 28, 2013
Karen Nyberg (@AstroKarenN) is an avid Twitter user sharing rare photos of life on the International Space Station with her followers.
Karen Nyberg (@AstroKarenN) is an avid Twitter user sharing rare photos of life on the International Space Station with her followers.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Karen Nyberg is currently at the International Space Station orbiting the Earth
  • Nyberg will be speaking to CNN live from the ISS on June 28 at 11:45 BST/ 06:45 ET
  • Send your question for Nyberg to CNN via the comments or #CNNspacechat

Leading Women connects you to extraordinary women of our time -- remarkable professionals who have made it to the top in all areas of business, the arts, sport, culture, science and more.

(CNN) -- As part of this month's 50th anniversary of the first woman in space, CNN is giving you the chance to ask your questions to American astronaut Karen Nyberg joining us live from 240 miles above the Earth at the International Space Station on today at 1245 CET/1145 BST/ 0645 ET.

To take part, submit your questions in our comment section below or via the hashtag #CNNspacechat on Twitter. CNN Anchor Becky Anderson will put your best questions to NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg.

You can ask her absolutely anything from "What's the best thing about orbiting into space?" to "Have you ever seen a UFO?"

Then join us on CNN.com on today at 1245 CET/1145 BST/0645 ET to watch the interview live from the International Space Station and see if your question gets asked.

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