The one TV show that Astronaut Scott Kelly binge watched to get through his one year in space
Scott Kelly was the potelier of space exploration since returning from his marathon trip to the International Space Station, which lasted more than a full calendar year between 2015 and 2016.
The one-year shipment has not only been highly publicized and praised around the world but also allowed researchers and academics to have a clearer understanding than ever of the psychological and physical effects of spending in major periods.
Kelly did not participate in her first tour, but it is well known that the ISS is not exactly a luxury resort where you can spend your free time on yoga and spa treatments.
Although his stay was unprecedented, the veteran astronaut who has traveled the last frontier and beyond for many years and has made four towers knows a thing or two about the survival of the endless tedium of space travel.
But Kelly recently revealed in a press briefing that the only thing that went through his long journey in space was actually the hit fantasy series of HBO Game of Thrones.
Kelly, who is currently promoting the documentary Beyond a Year in Space, which is based on his last day on the ISS and back to Earth and events thereafter,
He revealed that if the mandate of his mission was mainly scientific, free time he had passed was like the people of the earth, watching downloaded programs, reading, and basically be attracted to the world of West and the Seven Kingdoms.
The PBS documentary will follow the first very popular section titled A Year in Space that made Kelly the celebrity she was now.
He follows his journey to Earth and the story of how he was brought back to life on the ground after having spent most of the days in space by any man in history.
Speaking to reporters at an event, Kelly also revealed that he had observed Game of Thrones not once but twice.
Scott Kelly’s Year in Space:
His marathon expedition included several scientific experiments on the human experience in space and has produced revolutionary results.
However, above all, Kelly has credited above all with popularizing and humanizing the concept of spending time in space – we must get used to everything with people like Elon Musk working overtime to put humans on Mars.
An engineer and a lifelong astronaut, Kelly retired recently was also very popular for his daily exploits in space that he became a true YouTube star. Not to mention, the goal of free attendance Kelly was also at stake: