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Gorilla Snuck Onto NASA International Space Station To Scare Life Out Of Crew

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  • Many countries of the world, including America, together have built the International Space Station.
  • This space station is slowly getting old but is expected to last till 2030
  • In the year 2016, a ‘guerrilla’ entered the space station, causing people to panic there.

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Many countries of the world, including America, together have built the International Space Station, where astronauts keep doing different types of experiments. This space station is slowly getting old but it is projected to last till 2030. In the year 2016, a ‘guerrilla’ entered the space station, due to which the astronaut Tim Peck was in panic.

Actually, it was not a real guerrilla but a joke that Tim’s fellow astronaut Mark Kelly executed. In a funny video of the incident, Tim is seen being chased by a ‘gorilla’ inside the space station. It is now believed that it was Mark Kelly who was wearing a guerrilla dress. Now it is being told that this guerrilla suit was sent to the space station without informing anyone so that the joke could be made.

The case of smuggling the gorilla suit is not true
Twitter user Todd Spence wrote, ‘Astronaut Mark Kelly once secretly carried a full guerrilla suit to the International Space Station. He didn’t tell anyone about it. One day he wore it without informing anyone. Twitter users are now liking this story a lot. One user wrote, ‘This is the best thing ever.’ Another user wrote, ‘Kelly lucky that there is no news that the gorilla is floating in space.’
Unfortunately, the case of smuggling the gorilla suit is not true. Mark Kelly’s brother Scott wore this suit and he sent it from Earth to Mark for care. NASA had to spend 5 thousand dollars to send this suit. According to Metro News, this guerrilla suit was sent when Scott was in the space station for a year.

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