The words “I woke up on Earth today. I will fall asleep in space” are an excerpt from the book written by another female astronaut.
The words “I woke up on Earth today. I will fall asleep in space” are an excerpt from the book written by another female astronaut. The title of the book is: ‘Diary of an Apprentice Astronaut’ and its author is Samantha Cristoforetti.
Yes to you today European Space Agency We will talk about ESA’s astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti.
Of course, the fact that he spent 200 days on the International Space Station in 2014-15 does not prevent him from going again.
In 2019, Samantha, American Space and Aviation His office was in command of Aquarius, the only underwater research station in the world, for 10 days during NASA’s NEEMO23 mission.
A humble woman who tested the tools to be used to collect samples from the surface of the Moon underwater during her astronaut training process, let’s not associate herself with the athletes preparing for the Olympics and the mountaineers climbing Everest.
Samantha, who came to the world in Milan, Italy in 1977, is a science and technology enthusiast who has also adopted learning a foreign language as a hobby.
Aside from learning Chinese, as training and rocket flights took place in Russia and astronauts were expected to understand Russian, Samantha listened to the first Harry Potter book on the Russian audiobook. Hiking, scuba diving and yoga are among his other hobbies.
His book is 400 pages long, he said, writing the book was more difficult than his space education and travel, so he tweeted that he would not write a book again.
In his book, he talks about the importance of people being ‘multi-planetary’, saying that there is a necessity to survive in the event of a possible asteroid impact or other disaster.
Her next visit to the space station will probably take place in 2022, and another mother astronaut Claudie Haigneré, who shared her feelings and thoughts about leaving her children on Earth with Alice Winocour, the director of the film Proxima, also spoke in detail with Eva Green, who played Sarah in the film. also contributed. The message of the film: “It is possible to be both a good mother and a good astronaut …”
Bravo and good luck to you Samantha …
Source: Space Mag Turkey