Holidays in Space: How will astronauts celebrate Christmas?
The astronauts in the new video, NASA discovered what they mean holidays, but also how it will be on the International Space Station to eat on Sunday.
And the astronauts on the International Space Station are preparing to celebrate Christmas, but in the video, which NASA announced on Tuesday, Peggy Whitson, Shane Kimbrough and Thomas Pesquet talk about what they mean holidays and to celebrate them otherwise.
Veteran Peggy Whitson said in the short video and that they stay on the ISS gives view of the Earth as a whole and that strengthens the idea that we should live together and strive for peace.
Frenchman Pesquet (38) is the youngest astronaut ESA, and in the video said he is looking forward to the joint festive lunch with colleagues at the station. In November, the station brought in specially prepared chicken with mushrooms, honey cakes and beef tongue, while the Americans Whitson and Kimbrough showed the rest of the festive lunch. Thus, on Christmas Day have pretty classic turkey, fruit salad, potatoes, desserts, and drink of the cocoa and cider.
With Kimbrough, Whitson and Pesquet, the ISS still and Russian astronauts Oleg Nowitzki, Andrei Borisenko and Sergei Ryzhikov.
Аboаrd thе Intеrnаtionаl Spаcе Stаtion, Еxpеdition 50 Commаndеr Shаnе Kimbrough аnd Pеggy Whitson of NАSА аnd Thomаs Pеsquеt of thе Еuropеаn Spаcе Аgеncy discussеd thеir thoughts аbout bеing in spаcе during thе holidаys аnd how thеy plаn to cеlеbrаtе Christmаs аnd Nеw Yеаr’s in а downlink mеssаgе rеcordеd Dеc. 12. Kimbrough аrrivеd on thе complеx in Octobеr, followеd а month lаtеr by Whitson аnd Pеsquеt.
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