US, Russian, Japanese crew blasts off for space station

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Peggy Wilson, NASA's record breaking astronaut, returned to Earth in September after clocking in 665 days in space, smashing previous United States records. And yes, they are going to do it so while they are orbiting in space.

The trio, who arrived at the station in July, contributed to hundreds of scientific experiments aboard the ISS and performed several spacewalks. The full fledged NASA training for the astronauts would be held at the Johnson center for two years.

"I received confirmation from Disney and NASA sources that the crew aboard the International Space Station will be screening Star Wars: The Last Jedi, " Seemangal wrote in his tweet.

A Russian Soyuz capsule containing Nasa's Randy Bresnik, Russia's Sergey Ryazanskiy and Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency descended under a red-and-white parachute and landed on schedule at 2:37pm local time on the vast steppes outside of a remote town in Kazakhstan.

The Last Jedi is not the first movie sent to the ISS.

"They typically get movies as digital files and can play them back on a laptop or a standard projector that is now aboard". Among her accomplishments after three long-duration stays in space, she holds the US record for time in space with 665 days, and places eighth on the all-time space endurance list. The space agency recently announced the Phase 3 for tier 3D printed habitat, and there are impressive designs of many companies that have enchanted a lot of experts. Of course, we need the ability to communicate in the solar system, and NASA's Deep Space Network is bigger and better than the HoloNet system used by the Galactic Republic.

However thrilled you may be to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi, there is no way your plans can live up to seeing the film in space.

According to the release, "Some of the research on the next cargo resupply flight could rival the healing powers of bacta, including a new synthetic material to accelerate bone fix, and another to combat muscle atrophy".

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