ISS crew sends holiday greetings from space

The International Space Station sent their holiday greeting travelling at 17,500mph just outside the earth’s atmosphere.

The International Space Station sent their holiday greeting travelling at 17,500mph just outside the earth’s atmosphere. It does’nt seem like they are moving fast but in that short space they could of gone past the UK.

The ISS Expedition 26 Commander Scott Kelly of NASA and Flight Engineers Cady Coleman of NASA and Paolo Nespoli of the European Space Agency offered Christmas and New Year’s greetings to all people on Earth from the orbital outpost on Dec. 21 as they flew 224 statute miles above. Kelly, Coleman and Nespoli are part of the six-person crew that includes Russian cosmonauts Dmitry Kondratyev, Alexander Kaleri and Oleg Skripochka.

 

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