Fincke has been selected by NASA to go to space again in 2010 as Mission Specialist (on STS-134, which will be his first flight on a Space Shuttle and his third space mission overall). He had served as the space station science officer and flight engineer for ISS Expedition 9 (April 18 through October 23, 2004) and another six months as Commander for Expedition 18 in 2008-09 (Oct. 12, 2008, to April 8, 2009, launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, aboard the Soyuz TMA-13 spacecraft). As the ISS Commander, he and his three-member crew helped prepare the station for a future six-person crew and hosted the Space Shuttle crews of STS-126 and STS-119. The expedition concluded with undocking from the station and safe landing back in Kazakhstan after nearly seven months. He was also the back-up Commander for Expedition 13 and Expedition 16.
Note: Some info gathered, courtesy: Wikipedia; http://www.merinews.com/article/nasa-astronaut-colonel-michael-fincke-to-visit-guwahati/15783076.shtml; http://www.indopia.in/India-usa-uk-news/latest-news/667026/FeaturedArticles/14/54/14; http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050510/asp/bihu/story_4623681.asp; http://www.telegraphindia.com/1040416/asp/nation/story_3132863.asp; http://www.telegraphindia.com/1050620/asp/northeast/story_4889187.asp; and http://www.mynews.in/News/Indian_moon_mission_not_a_failure,_but_an_amazing_success_NASA_astronaut_N25667.html
2. NASA Astronaut Edward Michael "Mike" Fincke being felicitated by the Chief Minister of Assam, Tarun Gogoi, as Mike's wife Renita Saikia looks on in Guwahati on September 02, 2009. (Picture courtesy: http://beta.thehindu.com/sci-tech/article18809.ece)