Ask the astronaut - Tim Peake

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This collection of 19 videos, gives the opportunity to interview British astronaut Tim Peake, who visited the International Space Station in 2015-16. Choose from a set of pre-selected questions put forward by school children and hear Tim Peake's pre-recorded answers to hear about anti-gravity, tea making and toilets aboard the International Space Station.

  1. Can you have a cup of tea in space?
  2. Did you create anything whilst in space?
  3. Do you think creativity is important?
  4. How did it feel to float?
  5. How do you prepare for floating in space?
  6. How did you exercise?
  7. Why is exercise important in space?
  8. How did you sleep in space?
  9. How do you go to the toilet in space?
  10. Is it cold in space?
  11. Was there a challenge you would have liked an invention for?
  12. What did you do for fun in space?
  13. What did you eat in space?
  14. What was your favourite food in space?
  15. What did you miss most?
  16. What is your favourite memory from space?
  17. What problems did you have to solve in space?
  18. Why did you go to space?
  19. Would you go back to space and for how long?

 

Can you have a cup of tea in space?

 

Did you create anything whilst in space?

 

Do you think creativity is important?

 

How did it feel to float?

 

How do you prepare for floating in space?

 

How did you exercise?

 

Why is exercise important in space?

 

How did you sleep in space?

 

How do you go to the toilet in space?

 

Is it cold in space?

 

Was there a challenge you would have liked an invention for?

 

What did you do for fun in space?

 

What did you eat in space?

 

What was your favourite food in space?

 

What did you miss most?

 

What is your favourite memory from space?

 

What problems did you have to solve in space?

 

Why did you go to space?

 

Would you go back to space and for how long?

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