Courtesy of NASA and Colorado State University

Dr. Kjell Lindgren was a flight engineer on International Space Station Expeditions 44 and 45. The astronaut and Colorado State alumn spent 141 days in orbit and logged 15 hours and 4 minutes on two spacewalks.

According to a press release from Colorado State University, Lindgren will return to the CSU campus March 22 to share his experiences as a NASA astronaut on the International Space Station.

The theme of Lindgren’s CSU visit is “The View from Space.” During a keynote address, he will show video and photos from his six months on the International Space Station, followed by an audience question-and-answer session. The talk is free and open to the public; it begins at 6 p.m. March 22 in the Lory Student Center Theatre.

Lindgren has also planned talks for CSU students and faculty.