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Japanese space tourist returns to Earth after 12 days on the International Space Station

Japanese space tourist returns to Earth after 12 days on the International Space Station

In an interview with the Associated Press, he also said he was disappointed sleeping on the International Space Station. He suffered from motion sickness for several days and had trouble sleeping due to the lack of gravity and the sleeping bag was too warm.

It earned him a newfound respect for astronauts. “Not only do they possess modern scientific knowledge, but they are trained physically and mentally and are very brave.” He dismissed criticism that only the wealthy could afford such a journey: “It’s now, but we don’t know if it will continue like this in 10 or 20 years.”

Maezawa herself felt homesick after twelve days: “As soon as I get back, I want sushi!”

moon trip

Maezawa, his assistant and their Russian escorts were captured by SUV in the Kazakhstan wilderness this morning because low clouds prevented helicopters from deploying. Doctors said all three are in good health.

Over the next few days, the three will be relaxing in Star City near Moscow and training with swimming and walking to regain their muscle tone.

Maezawa, rich in the fashion industry, will be preparing for another great space adventure: a trip to the moon aboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX space rocket. Eight fellow travelers are planning to invite for that flight in 2023.

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