This Is How You Watch the World Cup, From Spacebrazil 2014
American astronauts Reid Wiseman and Steve Swanson, and German astronaut Alexander Gerst will be rooting for their respective teams from the ISS.
The World Cup fever is literally out of this world.
Astronauts Reid Wiseman, Steve Swanson, and Alexander Gerst joined forces in this NASA video shot 230 miles above Earth, at the International Space Station (ISS), to express their excitement for Brazil 2014.
"We wanna wish all the teams and fans in the ground in Brazil a great World Cup," says Gerst in the video. "Have fun and have peaceful games. May the best win and good luck."
Check out the awesome video below to see the zero-gravity match among the astronauts.
The 20th FIFA World Cup is being held on Brazil through July 13. For a full TV schedule, click here.
Cover image credit: YouTube/ReelNASA
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