A belated Merry Christmas ... from space!
A little fed up with relatives and feeling like you need some ... space? We can't fix family issues, but we can give you 59 seconds that are out of this world. (OK, we're all punned out now.)
International Space Station (ISS) Commander Barry Wilmore and Flight Engineer Terry Virts took time away from their research to wish residents of Earth a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
It's hard to hang stockings without gravity, but they managed to make do just fine. Check out Virts' hilarious tweets for a look at what the holidays are like waaaay above Santa's flight path:
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