The new SpaceX spacecraft Crew Dragon, with astronaut Soichi Noguchi on board, successfully docked to the International Space Station (ISS) at 1:01 p.m. on November 17, Japan time. It had been 27 hours since its departure from Earth. Noguchi and his team will begin a six-month long stay aboard the International Space Station.
The spaceship and space suit are modern and sci-fi, just like a sci-fi movie.
So what is life on the International Space Station like?
Let’s take a little peek.
Lunch. All the side dishes are tied to the table. But it looks kind of fun.
Or playing badminton in space.
Or celebrate Christmas.
We all try to sleep together.
This is a perfect share house.
They share the universe in a grand way.
The difference between an earth share house and a space share house.
Is there a difference between an Earth share house and a space share house?
No, there’s no difference.
It’s just that there’s no air.
Everything else is the same.
You don’t need to have air to have a good atmosphere.
I’m sure Mr. Noguchi would have said the same!
Classical Greek ἄστρον(ástron), which means “star,” and
Derived from ναύτης (naútēs), meaning “navigator”.
To sail the stars.