How Do Astronauts Learn to Float in Space? | Sneak Peek The ISS Experience

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Published on 24 Oct 2020, 14:00
“If your feet are stable, the rest of you is stable.” That’s the critical piece of space wisdom astronaut Anne McClain offers crewmate Christina Koch, as the latter learns her way around the International Space Station in this quick clip from TIME’s and Felix & Paul Studio’s The ISS Experience, available for download on virtual reality devices. The station may seem glamorous if you’re on Earth, but once you’re aboard, it turns out to be bafflingly cluttered and hard to navigate. As McClain tells Koch, “If you happen to kick something, turn around and look at what you kicked, because it’s probably important.” Watch the full episode on Oculus virtual reality headsets. Learn more at

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How Do Astronauts Learn to Float in Space? | Sneak Peek The ISS Experience