Washington, May 10: European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is the first TikToker to post a video from the International Space Station. Christophoretti is part of SpaceX’s Crew 4 mission and arrived in the orbiting lab on April 27, with a six-month stay.
In an 88-second TikTok video posted on May 5, the astronaut said, “Follow me to boldly go to places that TikToker has never been to.” Space.com reported a zerogram indicator, a gorgeous turtle named Zippy, and a stuffed monkey named Etta.
Samantha Cristoforetti’s Tik Tok Video
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“Of course, Etta stands for” scimmietta, “which stands for” little monkey “in Italian,” Christophoretti said in a video. (Etta was the first stuffed animal that Christophoretti bought for his daughter Kelsey.)
“What questions do you have about life on the space station?” She asked the viewer towards the end of the video, even if she was floating in front of one of the orbiting lab windows. ..
“Tell me in the comments. Remember. Follow me to boldly go to places that TikToker has never been to.” Before the launch of Crew-4, ESA officials said Christo. Foretti was the first professional astronaut on the platform to “bring space content and European research to a larger audience,” he said.
Christophoretti had already posted a number of space commentary videos on TikTok, but Thursday was the first video she actually shot on the last frontier, the report said. Crew 4 is Christophoretti’s second space flight. She previously lived on the space station from November 2014 to June 2015.
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https://www.latestly.com/world/european-space-agency-astronaut-samantha-cristoforetti-makes-history-by-posting-first-ever-video-on-tiktok-from-space-3689761.html Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti of the European Space Agency makes history by posting the first ever video from space to TikTok