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Astronauts Took a Soyuz for a Little Fly Around the ISS, Gravity-Style

Posted November 02, 2013 10:49 PM

From Sploid:

In a planned mission, three ISS crew members took their Soyuz out for a ride around the ISS. Why? Did they want to show Sandra Bullock's character in Gravity how it's really done? Not exactly. Instead, it's actually the astronaut equivalent of moving your car out of a parking space so your roommate can park his. Only we're dealing with Soyuz spacecrafts as cars. And the ISS as your apartment. And oh yeah, space.

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