Astronauts at the International Space Station do not need to wait until their return to Earth to see the latest episodes of Star Wars as Disney will send them the Episode VIII of the popular science fiction, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
The astronauts can download the episodes sent from the NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston and watch them during their leisure time. NASA astronauts Joe Acaba, Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle of the Expedition 54 can view "The Last Jedi", while Luke Skywalker and others can understand the other new theories from the science fiction.
The Star War series would open a fictitious world to the astronauts aboard the orbiting laboratory in the space station exploring the distant galaxies, while detached from the earth.
Meanwhile, NASA has selected a new set of 12 people who would work as astronauts for NASA's next-generation space exploration. The full fledged NASA training for the astronauts would be held at the Johnson center for two years.
The Expedition 53 commander Randy Bresnik, flight engineers Paolo Nespoli and Sergey Ryazanskiy had completed their mission in the Space station and landed in Kazakhstan on December 15.
Meanwhile, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, which has been in its final stage of development, completed many crucial simulated experiments. This telescope will travel to other galaxies and distant worlds to study the origin of Universe and to find traces of life.