When Brad Pitt Known as the International Space Station (ISS) Monday to Speak to American astronaut Nick Hague, the conversation turned into the unexpected consequences of weightless life. The celebrity even enquired concerning the Chandrayaan.
“The calluses on my toes have essentially gone away since I do not walk on the bottoms of my feet,” said Hague, who’s now residing on the ISS with 2 other Americans, two Russians, and an Italian.
“But now I’ve calluses throughout the very top of the foot, round my big toe, since I am always changing things with my big toe,” he added. “That is amazing to see,” explained Pitt, that held that the 20-minute video call through split-screen from NASA’s Washington headquarters.
The telephone, which was broadcast on NASA TV, was a part of Pitt’s promotional tour for his forthcoming movie Ad Astra, where he plays an astronaut sent on a dangerous assignment in the border of the solar panel. “Let us talk about me,” the actor said. “How can we perform?
“It was great,” Hague responded. Pitt subsequently asked about the speed of life aboard the ISS (the astronauts function from 7:30 in the morning to 7:30 at night), that controls the audio (“We take turns”), and whether the astronauts were in a position to observe the unsuccessful landing of an Indian Moon lander (“No, sadly”).
Last, the celebrity called on Hague’s extensive experience to answer the most pressing question: “Who had been believable, Clooney (from the film”Gravity”) or Pitt?” “Absolutely.”