Three SpaceX crew astronauts enjoyed some of their time at the International Space Station (ISS) before their trip back to Earth later this week.
The astronauts performed Waltz dance in a choreographed synchronized floating atmosphere while listening to Johann Strauss’ Blue Danube Waltz.
Matthias Maurer, who is one of the SpaceX crew members, posted the short video on his Twitter account while dancing in the air.
Maurer tweeted: “Suit fit waltz,” adding: “I think I might miss microgravity and these antics.”
In case anyone is wondering how astronauts check their spacesuits 😆 We call this the 'suit fit waltz'. I think I might miss microgravity and these antics with @Astro_Raja, @AstroMarshburn & Kayla. #Crew3 #CosmicKiss pic.twitter.com/mbranaZm6C
— Matthias Maurer (@astro_matthias) May 2, 2022
The Crew-3 mission included NASA’s Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, and Kayla Barron, alongside Maurer from the European Space Agency.
Their trip back to Earth will start tomorrow after spending six months in space doing more science experiments and having spacewalks.