‘Peeing is very easy’: Japanese billionaire returns to Earth after documenting life on ISS

‘Peeing is very easy’: Japanese billionaire returns to Earth after documenting life on ISS

International Space Station, Russia

12/20/2021 8:23:00 AM

‘Peeing is very easy’: Japan ese billionaire returns to Earth after documenting life on ISS

Yusaku Maezawa spent 12 days at the space station, marking Russia ’s return to space tourism after a decade-long pause

Photograph: APYusaku Maezawa emerges from the Soyuz capsule in Kazakhstan with the help of a Russian space agency team after touching down from the space tourism trip.Photograph: APMon 20 Dec 2021 04.44 GMTLast modified on Mon 20 Dec 2021 05.08 GMTA Japanese billionaire has returned to Earth after 12 days spent on the

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International Space Station, where he made videos about performing mundane tasks in space including brushing his teeth and going to the toilet.Online fashion tycoon Yusaku Maezawa and his assistant Yozo Hirano parachuted on to Kazakhstan’s steppe at around the expected landing time of 03.13 GMT on Monday, along with Russian cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin, Russia’s space agency said.

“The flight of the ‘tourist’ spacecraft Soyuz MS-20 has been completed,” Roscosmos said in a statement on its website.Read moreThe journey marked Russia’s return to space tourism after a decade-long pause that saw the rise of competition from the US.The trio spent 12 days on the orbiting laboratory, where the Japanese tourists documented their daily life aboard the ISS for Maezawa’s popular YouTube channel. headtopics.com

Addressing his 1 million followers on YouTube, the 46-year-old billionaire explained how to brush teeth and go to the toilet in space. In one of the videos, he explained in detail the business of relieving oneself on the ISS.A live broadcast from the Soyuz capsule’s landing site is shown at Russia’s mission control centre in Korolyov outside Moscow.

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Photograph: Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images“Peeing is very easy,” he said as he demonstrated a handheld funnel astronauts use to suck urine away.In other videos, he showed his followers how to properly drink tea and sleep in zero gravity.

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