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这就是宇航员在太空中庆祝感恩节的方式

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This is how astronauts celebrate Thanksgiving in space
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(CNN)The holidays still happen in space, they just look a little bit different. But the sentiments are the same.

"I'm going to do whatever I can to show how thankful I am for my crewmates," said NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei in a NASA video shared from the International Space Station Monday. "It's wonderful having all of these folks up here. We haven't been up here together that long, but wow it sure has been wonderful already."
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The space station will host seven crew members throughout the holiday season.

The international crew includes Russian cosmonauts Anton Shkaplerov and Pyotr Dubrov, NASA astronauts Raja Chari, Thomas Marshburn, Kayla Barron and Vande Hei, and European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer.

"We'll be working but looking forward to an awesome meal together," Barron said. "We'll invite our cosmonaut colleagues to join us, so it's a very international Thanksgiving."

The astronauts shared traditions they usually share with their families. Chari said he and his family typically go around the table and have each person say what they are thankful for, so he's going to call in "and do that remotely" this year.

The first Thanksgiving in space was celebrated on November 22, 1973, when Skylab 4 astronauts Gerald P. Carr, Edward G. Gibson and William R. Pogue each ate two meals at dinnertime, although nothing special was on the menu for the occasion. The three worked on and supported a spacewalk lasting six hours and 33 minutes earlier in the day and missed lunch.

The next one didn't occur until November 28, 1985, when the seven members of the STS-61B crew of Brewster H. Shaw, Bryan D. O'Connor, Jerry L. Ross, Mary L. Cleave, Sherwood C. "Woody" Spring, Charles D. Walker, and Rodolfo Neri Vela enjoyed a special meal on the space shuttle Atlantis.

In addition to shrimp cocktail, irradiated turkey and cranberry sauce, Neri Vela famously brought tortillas to space. Unlike bread, which crumbles easily, tortillas are a perfect addition to the space menu, and they are an astronaut favorite to this day. Recently, tortillas were the perfect vehicle for space tacos made using the first chile peppers grown in space.

The first Thanksgiving on the space station took place on November 23, 2000, just three weeks after the trio of NASA astronaut William M. Shepherd and Russian cosmonauts Yuri P. Gidzenko and Sergei K. Krikalev arrived. The festive meal kicked off a celebration that has taken place on the station every November since.

The space station hosted the largest and most diverse Thanksgiving celebration yet in 2009. A six-astronaut crew, including Jeffrey N. Williams, Maksim V. Suraev, Nicole P. Stott, Roman Y. Romanenko, Frank L. DeWinne and Robert B. Thirsk, were already on board. Then, they welcomed six members of the STS-129 space shuttle crew, which brought Charles O. Hobaugh, Barry E. Wilmore, Michael J. Foreman, Robert L. Satcher, Randolph J. Bresnik and Leland D. Melvin aboard.

The 12 crew members represented the United States, Russia, Belgium and Canada, and they celebrated together two days early since the shuttle departed the space station on Thanksgiving itself.

How to host a Thanksgiving dinner in space

How these holidays are marked and celebrated is up to each individual crew, and space veterans tend to share suggestions and ideas with rookies before they go up, NASA astronaut Dr. Andrew Morgan told CNN in 2020.

Morgan spent the entirety of the holiday season on the space station in 2019 alongside crewmates Jessica Meir, Christina Koch, Alexander Skvortsov, Oleg Skripochka and Luca Parmitano.

It was a busy time on the space station with multiple spacewalks and experiments on the schedule, but the astronauts were able to come together for a special meal that weekend with their international crew members and talk about what Thanksgiving meant to them.

Turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes are on the standard menu for NASA astronauts in space, but they also saved special treats like smoked salmon and cranberry sauce to share with each other. In space, the cranberry sauce perfectly retains the shape of the can it came in. Meir and Koch also made hand turkeys for their table decor.

In 2020, the menu included cornbread dressing, smoked turkey, green beans and mashed potatoes. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Soichi Noguchi brought some Japanese "party food" to share, including curry rice, red bean rice and some special seafood that a Japanese high school student on Earth prepared for the crew.

For NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins, it was his second Thanksgiving in space after spending the holiday on the station in 2013.

"For me, Thanksgiving is all about family," Hopkins said. "This year, I'm spending it with my international family. We all feel very blessed to be up here and we're very grateful for everything we have."

这就是宇航员在太空中庆祝感恩节的方式

(美国有线电视新闻网)假期仍然发生在太空中,只是看起来有点不同。但感情是一样的。

美国宇航局宇航员马克范德黑在周一从国际空间站分享的美国宇航局视频中说:“我将尽我所能来表达我对我的船员的感激之情。” “让所有这些人都在这里真是太棒了。我们在这里在一起的时间并不长,但哇,它肯定已经很棒了。”

在整个假期期间,空间站将接待七名机组人员。

国际机组人员包括俄罗斯宇航员 Anton Shkaplerov 和 Pyotr Dubrov,美国宇航局宇航员 Raja Chari、Thomas Marshburn、Kayla Barron 和 Vande Hei,以及欧洲航天局宇航员 Matthias Maurer。

巴伦说:“我们将工作,但期待着一起享用美味佳肴。” “我们会邀请我们的宇航员同事加入我们,所以这是一个非常国际化的感恩节。”

宇航员分享他们通常与家人分享的传统。 Chari 说,他和他的家人通常会围着桌子转,让每个人都说他们感谢的话,所以他今年会打电话“远程完成”。

太空中的第一个感恩节是在 1973 年 11 月 22 日庆祝的,当时 Skylab 4 的宇航员 Gerald P. Carr、Edward G. Gibson 和 William R. Pogue 每人在晚餐时间吃了两顿饭,尽管当时菜单上没有什么特别的。三人在当天早些时候进行了持续 6 小时 33 分钟的太空行走,并为他们提供了支持,并错过了午餐。

下一次直到 1985 年 11 月 28 日才发生,当时 Brewster H. Shaw、Bryan D. O'Connor、Jerry L. Ross、Mary L. Cleave、Sherwood C 的 STS-61B 机组七名成员。” Woody" Spring、Charles D. Walker 和 Rodolfo Neri Vela 在亚特兰蒂斯号航天飞机上享用了一顿特别的饭菜。

除了虾鸡尾酒、辐照火鸡和蔓越莓酱,Neri Vela 还以将玉米饼带入太空而闻名。与容易碎的面包不同,玉米饼是太空菜单的完美补充,时至今日,它们仍是宇航员的最爱。最近,玉米饼是太空炸玉米饼的完美载体,使用第一个在太空种植的智利辣椒制成。

空间站的第一个感恩节发生在 2000 年 11 月 23 日,就在美国宇航局宇航员威廉 M.谢泼德和俄罗斯宇航员尤里 P.吉岑科和谢尔盖 K. Krikalev 三人组抵达后仅三周。从那以后,每年 11 月都在车站举行庆祝活动,这顿节日大餐拉开了序幕。

空间站在 2009 年举办了迄今为止规模最大、最多样化的感恩节庆祝活动。 由六名宇航员组成的机组人员,包括 Jeffrey N. Williams、Maksim V. Suraev、Nicole P. Stott、Roman Y. Romanenko、Frank L. DeWinne 和 Robert B. Thirsk,已经在船上了。然后,他们迎来了 STS-129 航天飞机机组的六名成员,查尔斯·O.霍博、巴里 E.威尔莫尔、迈克尔 J.福尔曼、罗伯特 L.萨彻、伦道夫 J.布雷斯尼克和利兰 D.梅尔文登上了飞机。

这 12 名机组人员代表美国、俄罗斯、比利时和加拿大,自航天飞机于感恩节离开空间站以来,他们提前两天一起庆祝。

如何在太空举办感恩节晚餐

美国宇航局宇航员安德鲁摩根博士在 2020 年告诉美国有线电视新闻网,如何标记和庆祝这些假期取决于每个机组人员,太空老兵往往在他们上楼之前与新人分享建议和想法。

2019 年,摩根与船员杰西卡·梅尔、克里斯蒂娜·科赫、亚历山大·斯克沃尔佐夫、奥列格·斯克里波奇卡和卢卡·帕米塔诺一起在空间站度过了整个假期。

空间站的这段时间很忙,按计划进行了多次太空行走和实验,但宇航员能够在那个周末与他们的国际机组人员聚在一起吃一顿特别的饭,并谈论感恩节对他们的意义。

火鸡、馅料和土豆泥是美国宇航局宇航员在太空中的标准菜单,但他们也保留了烟熏三文鱼和蔓越莓酱等特殊食物以供彼此分享。在太空中,蔓越莓酱完美地保留了它进来的罐子的形状。梅尔和科赫还为他们的餐桌装饰制作了手工火鸡。

2020 年的菜单包括玉米面包酱、熏火鸡、青豆和土豆泥。日本宇宙航空研究开发机构宇航员野口宗一带来了一些日本“派对食品”分享,包括咖喱饭、红豆饭和地球上一位日本高中生为宇航员准备的特色海鲜。

对于美国宇航局宇航员迈克霍普金斯来说,这是他在 2013 年在空间站度过假期后的第二个太空感恩节。

“对我来说,感恩节就是一家人,”霍普金斯说。 “今年,我和我的国际家庭一起度过。我们都感到非常幸运能够来到这里,我们非常感谢我们拥有的一切。”

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