The International Space Station has a treadmill (machine for running in place) to help the crew exercise. It's getting a new one, which will be named the Combined Operational Load Bearing External Resistance Treadmill -- C.O.L.B.E.R.T.
This is really named after Stephen Colbert, an American comedian. He tried to get NASA to name a module (part) of the space station after him. NASA held a online poll to find a name for the module. Colbert asked his viewers to suggest his name -- and it got more votes than any other.
But the module was finally named "Tranquility" after the Sea of Tranquility on the moon. Bill Gerstenmaier of NASA says, "We don't typically name U.S. space station hardware after living people and this is no exception." But NASA will invite Colbert to Florida for the "launch" of the treadmill.