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Crew Dragon crew commander hit his forehead when moving to the ISS

Crew Dragon crew commander hit his forehead when moving to the ISS

During the video-communication session with the station, after the transfer of the ship’s crew, the commander of Crew Dragon held on to his forehead.
Crew Dragon crew commander Doug Hurley hit his head when moving from a ship to the International Space Station. On Sunday, May 31, reports RIA Novosti with reference to the deputy head of the NASA manned program Steve Stich.

“Yes, he hit his head, this sometimes happens in orbit. Now he is in perfect order, he looked great at a press conference,” Stich said during a conversation with reporters.

According to him, everything is fine with Hurley, and the commander himself looked great at the press conference.

He also explained that astronauts who have been “in a relatively small ship” for a long period need time to adapt to the conditions of the ISS.

Earlier, American astronauts Bob Benken and Douglas Harley left the Crew Dragon ship and boarded the International Space Station, NASA broadcast the moment the astronauts aboard the ISS.

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