Certain, house walks are cool and all, however actor Brad Pitt had an actual query for Worldwide House Station astronaut Nick Hague throughout a NASA chat on Monday: Who guidelines the tunes? Pitt, who stars as an astronaut within the upcoming film Advert Astra, was on Earth chatting with Hague, who was flipping his manner by means of zero gravity whereas answering Pitt’s questions.

After discussing extra critical points comparable to worldwide cooperation in house and holding one’s psychological state secure, Pitt posed the true toughie: “Who controls the jam field?” he requested.

Hague informed him that, like all the pieces on the ISS, musical selections are shared. “We’ve a rotating playlist,” he stated. “We take turns.” With an Italian astronaut and two cosmonauts on board, he informed the actor the musical background of the ISS is worldwide as effectively.

Hague additionally informed Pitt that as a result of he so seldom stands on the soles of his toes whereas in house, the calluses on his toes have all however disappeared. However he is constructed a brand new callus close to his large toe, as a result of he’s “always hanging on issues with my large toe to carry me in place.”

Hague stated the astronauts use colours to assist them handle their circadian rhythms. The ship is lit in brilliant blue within the mornings, with the colours darkening to assist simulate a day transferring in the direction of evening. And he shared that spacewalks are extremely quiet, with no noise aside from the hum of an astronaut’s house go well with’s air flow system.

The ISS crew was in a position to preview Advert Astra, through which Pitt performs astronaut Roy McBride, who travels to the outer edges of the photo voltaic system to seek out his lacking father. Hague thanked Pitt for telling tales that preserve house on the forefront of the creativeness of younger individuals, noting that whereas he himself won’t ever set foot on Mars, the subsequent technology “will do nice issues.”

And when Pitt requested who performed a greater astronaut — himself or film star George Clooney, who performed astronaut Matt Kowalsky in 2013’s Gravity, there was just one reply Hague might give.

“You have been,” the true astronaut stated. “Completely.”

Advert Astra opens Sept. 18 within the UK, Sept. 19 in Australia, and Sept. 20 within the US.


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