Astronauts share what they are grateful for.


Astronauts, from left to right, Matthias Maurer, Tom Marshburn, Rajachari, and Keila Baron are at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida (AP Photo / John Raoux) on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

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Astronauts recently shared a favorite aspect of Thanksgiving from space. On Tuesday, people on the International Space Station gave insights into what they love most about the holidays, from family relationships to dining.

The crew is expected to carry out a variety of research during the mission. But when Thanksgiving came, they talked about their favorite aspects of the holiday and what that meant for them.

“For me, Thanksgiving has always been to spend time with the people I love most,” said NASA astronaut Kayla Barron. “It’s like getting together, focusing on family and friends, being together, and being grateful to us.”


While on vacation, astronauts eat packaged space food, from crab bisques to roasted turkeys, and desserts are cherry blueberry cobblers.

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