The American Astronaut Andrew Jay Feustel posted a video on his Twitter account on Thursday showing him relearning to walk after passing 197 days in zero gravity on the International Space Station (ISS). It is a usual procedure for astronauts returning from space to submit.
In the video, Feustel has some difficulty moving forward with his eyes closed and his arms crossed over his chest. For your safety, a group of experts accompany you to prevent it from falling.
"Welcome home!" In October, I was walking with my eyes closed after 197 days at the ISS, during a field experiment. I hope that the team that returned will feel much better, "wrote Feustel.
Actually, the footage is more than two months oldBut Feustel now shared to receive the Russian astronauts who were on the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft that landed on Thursday in Kazakhstan.
The crew of the Russian ship brought to Earth a series of samples with results from various scientific experiments, including cartilage tissues and a thyroid gland printed on the ISS with the help of a bioprinter