Your viewing experience for Megastar Wars: The Remaining Jedi was most certainly like mine, in which you used money to go into a theater, ate a few overpriced snacks, and tried not to yell on every occasion the person behind you kicked your seat. Our revel in was once without a doubt unlike a bunch of astronauts orbiting Earth, who watched the newest Celebrity Wars movie from the protection of the International House Station.
NASA astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei tweeted a picture of movie evening, by which the distance station staff has crowded around a projector display with drink luggage and “bungee twine chairs,” which i assume is the interstellar an identical of a recliner. There’s no review of the movie but from these gravity-defying enthusiasts, however i can eternally treasure this shot of astronauts cuddling their grownup juice bags like giddy youngsters in their parents’ basement.
House Station film night, entire with “bungee twine chairs”, drink baggage, and a technological know-how fiction flick! pic.twitter.com/IPZ2thI8rw
— Mark T. Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) December 24, 2017
NASA showed in advance this month that the ISS group might get the risk to look at The Last Jedi out in area, where other folks can still hear you scream spoilers on Twitter.