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Watch Brad Pitt inquire ISS astronaut around Chandrayaan-2:’Can you find that from where you’re?’

Last updated on September 19, 2019

After Brad Pitt rang the International Space Station (ISS), he had a list of questions to get NASA astronaut Nick Hague that ranged from India’s Chandrayaan-2 Moon assignment, life in zero gravity conditions and above all, if he’d bested George Clooney as a cosmonaut. The ISS crew previewed the celebrity’s space play, Ad Astra, that has one of the very best reviews of his career and is generating Oscar buzz, together with his other display outing Once Upon a Timeā€¦ in Hollywood.

The celebrity asked upon receiving confirmation from NASA for a voice test and at the 20-minute telephone, conducted by NASA TV on Monday, he covered a lot of subjects on space exploration.

To which Hague responded, “Hey Brad, that is Nick. Pitt continued the dialogue with a question on India’s Chandrayaan-2 lander Vikram, within the nation’s moon mission.

“I must visit JPL a week, and it had been about the day when India was landing on the moon, and the United States were helping them in that attempt. Can you find that from where you’re?” That the Academy Award nominee requested.

“No, sadly, I, along with the rest of the team, needed to follow together with the news reports,” Hague responded.

The US astronaut represented the value of global collaboration in space missions such as these. “Things which needs to be simple, when you attempt to perform them in the distance they get tougher. What we attempt to do regular, the staff on the floor, NASA and its international partners do a fantastic job of making quite hard nearly hopeless things appear regular. It is one of the ones that you can find some complacency. What we could reach together is something unique,” he explained.

“For me, the biggest thing I have pulled out of this assignment the concept of collaboration at an international scale is what will propel humanity to the future,” he added. Pitt afterward asked Hague a query in a lighter vein: that was believable in the part of an astronaut, he or fellow performer, and friend George Clooney.

Hague reacted with laughter and said, “You’re. Absolutely.”