Free Time in Space video topic is part of A Day in the Life Aboard the International Space Station. Free Time in Space video topic is part of A Day in the Life Aboard the International Space Station. In space, astronauts are able to move giant objects with a slight nudge. This may feel cool, but it can also be dangerous to have car-sized equipment knocking into each other if the astronaut loses control of it. For that reason, astronauts are trained to move large objects on an air-bearing floor that works like a massive air hockey table. NASA - Living in Space. 2013-04-12 - It's bedtime on the ISS. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us how astronauts sleep in space. Credits: Canadian Space Agency and NASA Expedition.
ESA - Living in space. Space motion sickness. Most astronauts experience symptoms of neurovestibular acclimation during the first 1-2 days after arriving in space. There is a similar period of reacclimation to gravity upon return to earth at the end of a mission. Astronaut Videos. Check out these cool videos which help show you what life is like for astronauts living in space. Learn where they sleep, what they eat, how they brush their teeth, what happens when they get sick and much more. Here Are the Five Biggest Dangers NASA Astronauts Face - Seeker. What Happens If an Astronaut Dies in Space.