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The French astronaut returns for franceinfo on his experiences in weightlessness and international news, while the disabled adventurer Philippe Croizon reaffirms his dream of one day going into space.
Feet on the International Space Station, but head on Earth. Thomas Pesquet told franceinfo on Thursday 23 September that he had discussed the Australian submarine crisis with his “colleagues” American astronauts “who are a little bit sorry” specified the French. Present for five months now in the international space station, Thomas Pesquet “To haste” to reunite with loved ones and earthly leisure activities. “I miss all of this a bit”, he confessed before returning to his experiences in weightlessness.
For his part, the adventurer Philippe Croizon, amputee of four limbs, listened to the astronaut with stars in his eyes, before reaffirming his dream of becoming the first disabled person to go into space, perhaps as early as 2023 thanks to the American billionaire Elon Musk and his Starship ship. “You can make your dreams come true with a lot of work and above all dare”, assured the French.
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