NASA astronaut showed how he re-learned to walk on Earth

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When a person is in space for a long time and there is no earth gravity on him, then upon returning to the planet he may have serious problems with spatial awareness. With such negative effect at the time faced astronaut space Agency NASA drew Feustel back on solid ground after work on the International space station.

Shortly after landing of the spacecraft “Soyuz MS-09”, delivered to the ISS Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyeva, German ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst and NASA astronaut Serina Augen-Chancellor Feistel published in his Twitter a video where he literally re-learn to walk the earth.

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In the video, the astronaut tries to walk with his eyes closed in a straight line, getting used to the earth’s gravity.

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When a person is in space for a long time and there is no earth gravity on him, then upon returning to the planet he may have serious problems with spatial awareness. With such negative effect at the time faced astronaut space Agency NASA drew Feustel back on solid ground after work on the International space station.

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Shortly after landing of the spacecraft “Soyuz MS-09”, delivered to the ISS Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyeva, German ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst and NASA astronaut Serina Augen-Chancellor Feistel published in his Twitter a video where he literally re-learn to walk the earth.

In the video, the astronaut tries to walk with his eyes closed in a straight line, getting used to the earth’s gravity.

 


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Updated: December 24, 2018 — 1:34 am

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