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ISS Astronauts celebrate New Year 15 times per day



The first time - December 31 at 16.30, the last 15th - January 1 to 14.05.



30.Dec.15 9:40 AM
By Abigail Richards
Photo Toinnov.com

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ISS Astronauts celebrate New Year 15 times per day
The Mission Control Center reported that the crew of the International Space Station will welcome the New Year fifteen times per day - the first time on December 31 at 16.30, the last 15th - January 1 to 14.05.

"The new year will come to the ISS 15 times" - told representatives of the PMU.

According to experts of the Mission Control Center, his first New Year's Eve the ISS crew will meet on December 31 at 16.30 Moscow time, when the station will be located in the south-west of New Zealand. The last time to celebrate New Year astronauts will be able to January 1, 2016 at 14.05 Moscow time, when there will be in the south-west of New Zealand.

It is also noted that the New Year, Moscow time, the ISS crew will meet over the Atlantic Ocean between the continents of South America and Africa. When the New Year comes in Greenwich, the time is running ISS, the crew will fly over the Pacific Ocean west of Chile. When the New Year comes the American Mission Control Center of the ISS, the crew he will fly the Marshall Islands.

The portal bogatej.ru noted that during the New Year's Eve when the entire crew of the ISS will gather around the table, grocery set is standard, will be used by the products from the premise that was recently delivered to the astronauts on the manned spacecraft "Soyuz TMA-07M."



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