Weekend on ISS. Time for some beautiful guitar compositions from @astrocoastie, Commander Dan Burbank.

Credit: ESA/NASA

  • Piet Marisael 3y

    de gehele dag al geen enkele informatie over de ISS
    zelfs geen tracking info beschikbaar
    staat er iets spannends op de agenda gepland?
  • Peter Caltner 3y

    unci_narynin You can also float around at your own (don't need a crane or other things for lifting you) and do stunning physical acts during the show. No perfect stage, however, you always have to take care not to accidentally touch switches (the most important ones have a contact protection, therefore) or start anything you would not like to have done. ;-)
  • unci_narynin 3y

    Peter Caltner yes, it would be really cool to do a music video there, it would be spectacular even taking the limited space into account.
  • Knorkasthur 3y

    Awesome shot!
  • parketteur 3y

    Binnenkort vliegt armin van buuren vanaf curacao de ruimte in, beetje trance, ga je van zweven whaha
  • Salaatti 3y

    Cool photo!
  • TheMemphisExperience 3y

    A fascinating phenomena to note is that adding "space" to most common things amplifies just how cool they are.

    Guitar. Cool.
    Space Guitar. Amazing.
  • pleun137 3y

    Hallo ja ik heb ok de vraag hoe geluid klinkt in de ruimte? kun je hier een keer aandacht aan geven ?
  • сергей 3y

  • Jolanda Da Thesta 3y

    Dirk Blij dat bedoelde ik nou ook :-)
  • Jolanda Da Thesta 3y

    Jaap van der Velde dat bedoel ik nou just ook
  • Jolanda Da Thesta 3y

    meertje74 zelfde vraag dat bedoelde ik nou just ook
  • Jolanda Da Thesta 3y

    pe0mot ik ook
  • Francesco Morello 3y

    this is so cool !
  • Marcel van Hilten 3y

    ....ah...space music....sounds good..
  • Michael Nieuwlicht 3y

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  • dafox_1999 3y

    The wonderful thing about the ISS is that all parties involved realized the need to provide the crew with some purely recreational items to keep them from burning out. (Looking at the Earth from space would have to be wonderful, but you could probably only do it for so long before it becomes... a bit familiar, and about as recreational as looking out your bedroom window. Or at least, that's what this non-astronaut guesses.)

    Providing the crew with a guitar, a keyboard, the video conference with family and friends, the internet connection, and the DVD player and library (a few hundred discs now, I hear!) is probably one of the most important aspects of keeping a crew happy and productive when they're on orbit for six months; they have ways to unwind and make their workplace feel more like a home. I'm sure that it's not the most comfortable/pleasant place to live (though a vast improvement over many past long-duration options, including Skylab and Mir), but those small pleasures should help immensely.
  • unci_narynin 3y

    dafox_1999 I guess it's one of the lessons learned with long term operations of space stations: Astronauts are people too and need a rhythm of work, rest and recreation to stay healthy and productive. Very important for any future manned missions to other planets where it's impossible to get anyone back home quickly.
  • Duong Hienvaikhongdet Duong 1y

    same body.oh my good
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