GMA “Defies Gravity”, Looks At Life In Space

By Alissa Krinsky 

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Friday’s special edition of Good Morning America may look like something out of The Twilight Zone. “GMA Defies Gravity” is a “firsthand look at life in space as well as the possibility of life on other planets and the realities of living in zero gravity”, according to ABC.

During the program, you’ll see Diane Sawyer, Robin Roberts, Chris Cuomo and Sam Champion experiencing zero gravity — the anchors checked out a “Zero G” simulator plane in preparation for the show.

Cuomo is to report from NASTAR (National AeroSpace Training and Research Center) in Pennsylvania, where, for the first time ever on national television, he’s set to experience live a simulated space launch.

Champion will be live from NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, to show simulated spacewalking inside the world’s largest indoor pool.