How to live in the Space Station
On my last post, we saw the amazing landing of space craft, Perseverance, on Mars. Today, I thought it would be fun to see what it is like to live and work on the Space Station. A two month stay may seem like a very long time on the Station, but imagine what astronauts who finally go to Mars will face and endure. It will truly be giving one’s life and abilities to a mission.
Join me now for one of the most informative videos of living and working on the International Space Station. By the way, you can find out exactly the time that the Station will cross over your part of the world. Just give your email to this link and they will inform you. https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/ It is pretty neat to see it moving quickly across the sky. Try to find a spot away from light for better viewing.
Video compliments of NASA Turn on your sound. “Thanks to Sunny Williams for her fine narration.” Frankly, I found that I wanted to do something with her hair…but we’ll forget that!
Be sure to push the red line back to the beginning…or you will miss some of the best parts. Enjoy!