As many American families decide whether or not to gather to say thank you during a coronavirus outbreak, seven crew members are currently on board. International Space Station (ISS) can’t help but live in nearby areas. In a new video, five astronauts living in a revolving laboratory share how they will spend their American holidays, as well as what package food they will be eating.
Carbon bread dressings, curry rice and smoked turkey are on the holiday menu, astronauts say A video published Monday (November 23) via NASA Johnson Space Center’s Twitter account.
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins first appeared in the video. On October 14, Rubin arrived at the ISS Fast-paced three-hour yayu In addition to celebrating Thanksgiving with the Russian Universe, Sergei Rizikov and Sergei Kud-Severchkov (none of whom appear in the video) or Rabbit, Rubins recently participated in another American ritual: Vote in the 2020 presidential election (Although, from space.)
The four astronauts who spoke after Rubin in the video are NASA astronauts Victor Glover, Shannon Walker and Mike Hopkins, and Japanese Airspace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Sochi Noguchi.
The astronauts explained how much their festival would truly be from this world. “We are zooming in 17,500 miles above the planet [28,164 kilometers] An hour, but we still have thanks here. “Rubinz said.” Congratulations from 250 miles [402 km] “On Earth,” Hopkins added.
“This is the tallest party room on earth!” Noguchi grabbed a handful of food and said. In addition to packages of curry rice and red bean rice, Noguchi grabbed a bowl of seafood and said it was prepared by a Japanese high school student.
Noguchi also acknowledged the hard work that has come around the world this year, perhaps a consensus Coronavirus ubiquitous epidemic. As of Tuesday (November 24), there were 178,000 new cases in the United States and 584,319 new cases worldwide. According to the New York Times. “2020 is a difficult year,” Noguchi said. A year of dedication and a year of resilience, “said Noguchi.
The astronauts said they would call their loved ones back to Earth for a holiday.
“We’re going to have a great meal,” Walker said before Josh joined. “I think, most likely, we’ll have another American tradition and we’ll stream football to watch here.”
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