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ASTRONAUTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION HINT AT NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION

ASTRONAUTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION HINT AT NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION As cities around the world hold out in anticipation to welcome in the New Year, astronauts in the International Space Station (ISS) have a different plan. We’re still not exactly sure what this plan is, but in a recent video the team shared their past New Years celebrations and hinted at what this year may hold. Exactly when New Year's Day begins on the ISS is difficult to define, as the spaceship isn’t confined to one specific time zone. The ship travels at 17,500 mph which means it makes a complete orbit around Earth every 92 minutes, Space.com reported.    More



(Source: Newsweek - Jan 1)

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