Photos taken at the International Space Station by cosmonauts from Russia

The approximate astronaut schedule for the ISS is as follows:
7 am – rise.
7:10 am – conference with the crew.
7:30 – 8:00 – breakfast and preparation for work.
8:00 – 12:00 – conducting various experiments (growing plants, space exploration, technical work).
12:00 – 12:30 – lunch.
12:30 – 18:00 – work related to station maintenance
18:00 – 18:30 – conference with ground staff.
18:30 —19:30 – dinner and news viewing.
19:30 – 07:00 – rest time (communication with the family, reading books, playing sports, etc.)
On Friday, astronauts work on personal projects and watch movies together.

Andrey Borisenko twice visited the ISS. The first time from April to September 2011 as part of the 27th and 28th expeditions, the second time from October 2016 to April 2017 (ISS 49/50)
Moscow city from space ( Photo provided by Yuri Malenchenko )
stratosphere of planet earth
Photo provided by Maxim Suraev
Sergey Volkov – visited the station three times. First onboard the ISS 17 crew (from April to October 2008), then the ISS 28/29 (from June to November 2011) and the ISS 45/46 (from September 2015 to March 2016)
Photo provided by Sergey Volkov
Photo provided by Sergey Volkov
Alexander Samokutyaev is a member of two expeditions. ISS 27/28 (April – September 2011) and ISS 41/42 (September 2014 – March 2015)

Cosmonaut salary in Russia is only $ 1000

Photo provided by Alexander Samokutyaev
Photo provided by Alexander Samokutyaev

Do you miss your hobbies (hockey and travel) in space?

In space, I just travel. Sometimes you don’t even notice how free time flies while you look at the Earth through the window and every time you see something new, unique. Even when you drive the same road on a car, you always see something new, and even more so from outer space, only much wider.

And the other hobbies … Still, the station has zero gravity, limited conditions and not much free time. We have our own funs: to fly without hitting anything. Once, when the shuttle flew in, we had another game, however, we didn’t come up with a name for it. The shuttle crew against the station command: who will last longer on each other without falling. Something like surfing, balancing on a water-laid board. Only instead of water, waves and we were weightlessness.

workplace
getting ready for bed
Lunch: canned inscription – pearl barley porridge, rainbow trout in sauce & bread
restroom
so that the muscles do not trophy in zero gravity, physical activity is needed
bench press in space))
food cultivation experience will help in the development of Mars
halloween at the station
The best ways to maintain mental health in space are through communication with the family and reading literature. Under microgravity, the body is not so tired, so astronauts sleep, as a rule, only six hours a day. They can do this by simply flying in space or in special sleeping bags that hold the body in one place.

Very beautiful video taken from the board of the International Space Station

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