Hobbies on the Space Station | ESA Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti


What hobbies do you take part in during your free time? ⏳

ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s day onboard the #ISS usually starts at around 7:00 GMT. During a typical day, she will run experiments and maintenance, exercise, and participate in daily task meetings. Once all the work is done, she gets free time to relax. Find out what she likes to do in her free time.

Input them in the Astronaut Logbook 👇

Credit: ESA – European Space Agency / @NASA

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  1. Hi Samantha and ESA team! Have you considered a regiment of swimming and water-based rehabilitation? Some weighted exercises coupled with buoyancy suits could be really useful to speed up the process. Hope to hear more about what you learned (including microgravity as it relates to buoyancy of objects in accelerating liquids in 0g, like a ping pong ball in water 🧐).

    I think there may be a breakthrough in "buoyant forces." 👀

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