NASA’s Drew Feustel is arranged to go back to Earth today after his stint on the International Spaceport Station, however he has actually offered us a parting present. Feustel tape-recorded a touching video throughout his time in orbit.
The tune, All Around the World, originates from a cooperation with Gord Sinclair, bassist for Canadian rock band The Unfortunately Hip Sinclair is a pal of Feustel.
” Unique thanks to the team of Exploration 55 and 56 for their assistance and involvement in our human area expedition objective. I am ever glad for the assistance of my household, pals, and associates … love is all around us and we are all around the world,” Feustel composed on Twitter on Tuesday in recommendation to the video.
The video includes video from both area and Earth and reveals Feustel playing among the guitars offered on the ISS. Those guitars was available in useful throughout an
The tune poetically encapsulates the astronaut experience on the ISS. The lyrics consist of the lines “the world goes quick as we drift slow/the stars above the Earth below/we look down to see the sky.”
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield understands a thing or more about taping a video in area. His Hadfield shared his ideas about Feustel’s tune on Twitter: “Area music– charming, thoughtful tune from a pal on the Spaceport station with The Unfortunately Hip.”was a success in2014
Feustel formally turned over station command to European Area Firm astronaut Alexander Gerst on Wednesday. He is arranged to take a Soyuz spacecraft back to Earth on Thursday together with crewmates Ricky Arnold of NASA and Oleg Artemyev of Russian area firm Roscosmos.
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