House station crew watched Superstar Wars: The Remaining Jedi from orbit
House station crew watched Superstar Wars: The Remaining Jedi from orbit

Your viewing enjoy for Celebrity Wars: The Closing Jedi used to be almost certainly like mine, during which you used cash to enter a theater, ate some overpriced snacks, and attempted to not yell whenever the individual at the back of you kicked your seat. Our enjoy used to be no doubt in contrast to a bunch of astronauts orbiting Earth, who watched the newest Famous Person Wars movie from the security of the International House Station.

NASA astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei tweeted a picture of film evening, during which the space station group has crowded around a projector display with drink bags and “bungee wire chairs,” which i guess is the interstellar equivalent of a recliner. There ’s no overview of the film but from those gravity-defying lovers, but i can eternally treasure this shot of astronauts cuddling their grownup juice baggage like giddy children in their parents ’ basement.

Space Station film evening, whole with “bungee twine chairs”, drink luggage, and a science fiction flick! pic.twitter.com/IPZ2thI8rw

— Mark T. Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) December 24, 2017

NASA confirmed earlier this month that the ISS workforce would get the chance to watch The Final Jedi out in house, where other folks can nonetheless hear you scream spoilers on Twitter.

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