Check in with NASA astronauts Frank Rubio, Josh Cassada, Nicole Mann, and JAXA astronaut Koichi Wakata to learn more about what the holiday means to them – and get a look at what Thanksgiving in space is like!
Greetings from the International Space Station.
We, the members of Expedition 68, would like to wish you and your loved ones a happy Thanksgiving and also share with you why Thanksgiving is special to us here in space.
Here we are onboard the International Space Station, our home away from home.
Today, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the hundreds and thousands of people who support the human space program
And to our family and friends and all those following along with the mission. We are thankful that you’re able to be a part of Expedition 68 with us. It is the love of friends and family that helps make dreams come true.
Up here, we’re on Greenwich Mean Time, which means that for half the planet, we live in the future. So much so that we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving on Tuesday this year and working a bit on Thursday.
But I think we’ll still have some time to catch some football and eat some great Thanksgiving fare.
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