MAPLEWOOD – After a year aboard the International Space Station, Scott Kelly returned to earth in 2016.
I asked you questions and he answered some of them!
"Mich C": Did you notice any differences on Earth from your first mission to your last day in space?
"Between my first flight in 1999 and when I got home in 2016, I could definitely say that the rainforests in South America were smaller and that was remarkable." said Scott Kelly, a retired astronaut from NASA.
"Nick Young": What things do you appreciate best on Earth, after not having them during your year in space?
"Everything, everything is here on Earth! Earth has a lot to offer," Kelly said.
Many of you also wanted to know how Scott's DNA changed in comparison to his Twin Brother Mark.
"What changed was my genetic expression, if you think of our DNA being like an orchestra with, say, 100 different instruments, the DNA of my brothers and mine are 9 9.9% the same, our orchestra is basically the same that changed when I was in space, it was 7 percent, so 7 of those instruments are sounding a bit out of tune, or maybe a different song now, "Kelly said.
In addition, Scott mentioned which movie he remembers most of the ISS.
"I think my most memorable movie to see the experience in space was to see the movie Gravity on the space station, something like watching a movie of your house burning while you're inside it," Kelly said.
According to Scott, the nightmares were not so bad.
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