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Ask Our Astronaut: In space, how do you experience time?

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Ask Our Astronaut: In space, how do you experience time?

Ask Our Astronaut: In space, how do you experience time?

In this episode of Ask Our Astronaut, the European Space Agency's Luca Parmitano tells us more about time perception in the International Space Station.


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