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NASA released astronauts space walking video: comparable to science fiction blockbuster

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NASA announced yesterday a section of astronauts walking in the space outside the International Space Station video, so that we can more truly understand the astronauts in space to perform the task to see when the United States, NASA (NASA) scene. Have to say, from the perspective of space to watch the earth, beautiful scenery.

Often, astronauts can easily forget that they are living 250 miles (402.3 km) away from the earth, but when the lens angle turns to the earth,

During the spacewalk, Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough prepared to install a pressurized adapter-3 (PMA-3) for the International Space Station to facilitate commercial docking.

NASA released the video by the astronaut Pesquet on March 24 shooting, the screen shows Pesquet and Kimbrough cut off the cable and power connection, so that the PMA-3 from the tranquility (Tranquility) node cabin to move to the hatch The Harmony node is facing the side of the space.

Video from the astronauts perspective to the public to show the international space station outside the scene, from time to time "dew face" of the blue earth brings breathtaking spectacular beauty.

This is Pesquet's second space walk, and Kimbrough is the fifth time to perform such a task. In an interview with NASATV, Kimbrough said: "lap out of the space station has always been my excitement. & Rdquo;

The space flight after Kimbrough will also be with the astronaut Peggy Whitson again out of the spacecraft to perform the space mission. For Peggy Whitson, this will be her eighth space flight record as a result of female space.

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