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Super Bowl LVIII in Space video nasa international space station 400km above from earth

Super Bowl LVIII in Space video nasa international space station 400km above from earth
Written by Manoj Kadam
Super Bowl LVIII in Space video nasa international space station 400km above from earth

Super Bowl LVIII in Space video nasa international space station 400km above from earth

Super Bowl LVIII Space Video: The past weekend was spent in different ways in countries around the world. Millions of people in America remained glued to their TVs as they enjoyed Super Bowl LVIII. It is the finale of the National Football League (NFL) season, as people commonly call football in America. However, the way of playing it is not at all like football. The Super Bowl uses an oval ball, which is played by tossing it with hands. This game played on earth has now reached space also. Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have shared a 4-second video.

The International Space Station, located in space 400 kilometers above the Earth, is also called the second home of astronauts. A team of astronauts is always stationed there and completes space-related missions and experiments. During this time, astronauts also keep getting information about the events happening on Earth.

In this sequence, two NASA astronauts Jasmine Moghbeli and Loral O'Hara shared a video of tossing a football in the space station on February 10. While sharing this video on social media platform 'X', NASA wrote, Before Super Bowl Sunday….

In the short video, Moghbeli can be seen throwing a football at the camera while O'Hara, standing next to him, holds the mic. However, doing so was very difficult for both of them. Due to weightlessness, astronauts have to face a lot of challenges in space. And in a place where there are many equipments including laptops, cables, the problem increases. Moghbeli can be seen laughing in the video. When the football hits something and returns floating, she is unable to control herself.

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ISS revolves around the earth 16 times a day

The International Space Station revolves around the Earth at a speed of approximately 7.6 kilometers per second. During this time it revolves around the Earth 16 times in 24 hours. The orbital path of the ISS covers more than 90 percent of our Earth's population.

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