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American space agency, NASA has said that American astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) will celebrate Thanksgiving in a similar fashion to how it is celebrated on Earth.
The agency said that NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren will have off on 26 November and celebrate the holiday watching football and enjoying a turkey-centric feast on the ISS.
Kelly and Lindgren also spoke in a special Thanksgiving video about the holiday and allowed viewers to have a look at the feast. He had bags of smoked turkey, rehydratable corn, candied yams and potatoes au gratin.Lindgren took a piece of turkey and took a bite on camera.
“We don't have much of this stuff, so I hope he enjoys that, because that was his Thanksgiving dinner right there,” Kelly said in the video.Kelly also wished all the viewers Happy Thanksgivingthen proceeded to perform a backflip. On the other hand, Lindgren waved, then did a forward somersault.
Kelly and Lindgren are currently at the ISS along with four others, Japan's KimiyaYui and cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko, Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Volkov.Yui had the day off but all the crewmembers will gather for the Thanksgiving meal, according to NASA.