Yes, you read that right. You must be wondering how an astronaut stayed stable in

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[ Astronaut Aboard ISS Uses Bungee Cords to Avoid Flying Away From Treadmill: Watch ]

The European Space Agency (ESA), an intergovernmental organisation of 22 member states, has shared on Instagram a small video clip of an astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) running on a treadmill. Yes, you read that right. You must be wondering how an astronaut stayed stable in microgravity.’Well, there’s always a way.

In the clip, the astronaut, Thomas Pesquet, had bungee cords attached to him and they ensured he didn’t fly away from the treadmill. What’s also remarkable is that the astronaut appears to be running upside down. However, since Thomas is in space, it doesn’t matter, for there is no gravity.’

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Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2021 14:45:05 +0530
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