Astronauts will be watching Super Bowl from ISS
Some Super Bowl fans are truly 'satellite' viewers. The crew on board the International Space Station will be watching the game from space.
Six astronauts living in space may not have gravity, fresh food or a shower, but there is one earth necessity they won't miss Sunday, the Super Bowl.
NASA's mission control at the Johnson Space Center here in Houston will beam the Super Bowl showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens live to the International Space Station so its astronaut crew can watch the big game along with every other football fans on earth.
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