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  • station.

    站。

  • This is wired.

    這是有線路的。

  • How do you hear me?

    你是如何聽到我的?

  • Yeah, we hear you loud and clear these questions that I'm going to ask came from google auto complete.

    是的,我們聽得很清楚,我要問的這些問題來自谷歌自動完成。

  • So this is what the people would like to know.

    所以這就是人民想知道的。

  • Mm hmm.

    嗯,嗯。

  • Do astronauts drink tang?

    太空人喝唐僧肉嗎?

  • I don't think we have tang specifically on board, but we do have lots of fruit juices and coffees and teas and, and water.

    我想我們船上沒有專門的唐裝,但我們有很多果汁、咖啡和茶以及,還有水。

  • And even now milk two astronauts drink their own pee.

    甚至現在的牛奶也有兩名太空人喝自己的小便。

  • Well, thank you for asking us to repeat these questions in a sense.

    好吧,謝謝你讓我們在某種意義上重複這些問題。

  • Yes, we take the condensate that the system collects up the urine and all that gets processed and then put out of a portable water dispenser, which is right over our head.

    是的,我們把系統收集到的尿液和所有的冷凝水進行處理,然後從一個便攜式飲水機中放出,這就在我們的頭上。

  • So every day, that's pretty much what we do.

    是以,每天,這幾乎就是我們所做的。

  • Can nationals keep their suits Unfortunately not know.

    國民可以保留他們的西裝嗎? 可惜不知道。

  • Our space suits are quite valuable.

    我們的太空服是相當有價值的。

  • Pieces of equipment.

    裝備件數。

  • Can astronauts cry in space?

    太空人能在太空中哭泣嗎?

  • Of course astronauts can cry in space.

    當然,太空人可以在太空中哭泣。

  • Uh, you know, the water in space is different because it sticks to your skin.

    呃,你知道,太空中的水是不同的,因為它粘在你的皮膚上。

  • It's almost like uh like this gluey substance that just has this ability to stick to your skin.

    它幾乎就像呃......像這種膠狀物質,有這種能力粘住你的皮膚。

  • So if you were to have a really big cry, then your eyes would just swell up with water instead of dropping off.

    是以,如果你真的大哭一場,那麼你的眼睛就會被水淹沒而不是掉下來。

  • Mm Can astronauts wear glasses?

    嗯 太空人可以戴眼鏡嗎?

  • Of course they can wear glasses.

    當然,他們可以戴眼鏡。

  • Jeff has his glasses on right now.

    傑夫現在戴著他的眼鏡。

  • I'm wearing contact lenses.

    我戴著隱形眼鏡。

  • Young tim Peake doesn't need glasses, but we surely can wear them.

    年輕的蒂姆-皮克不需要眼鏡,但我們肯定可以戴上它。

  • Can we whistle on the moon?

    我們能在月球上吹口哨嗎?

  • The real question is, can we whistle in a space suit?

    真正的問題是,我們能穿上太空服吹口哨嗎?

  • And it can be very difficult actually when you're outside doing a spacewalk and it would be the same on the moon because in that, in that case you're breathing 100% oxygen, which means you're at a much lower pressure.

    實際上,當你在外面進行太空行走時,這可能是非常困難的,在月球上也是如此,因為在那種情況下,你呼吸的是100%的氧氣,這意味著你的壓力要低得多。

  • So when you're at a lower pressure, whistling becomes a little bit more challenging.

    是以,當你處於較低的壓力時,吹口哨就會變得有點兒挑戰性。

  • We certainly can whistle here.

    我們當然可以在這裡吹口哨。

  • Two astronauts need passports when we come home.

    兩名太空人回家時需要護照。

  • We do need passports because we land in Kazakhstan and we have to go through customs and so our ground team make sure that we have our passports so that we can actually leave Kazakhstan and go back to America.

    我們確實需要護照,因為我們在哈薩克斯坦著陸,我們必須通過海關,所以我們的地面團隊確保我們有護照,這樣我們才能真正離開哈薩克斯坦,回到美國。

  • When we're done, the astronauts vote in space.

    當我們完成後,太空人們在太空中投票。

  • Yes, we can vote in space.

    是的,我們可以在太空中投票。

  • In fact, Nasa has been very good about setting up a process so that we can participate in the electoral process.

    事實上,Nasa一直很好地建立了一個程序,使我們能夠參與到選舉過程中。

  • Do astronauts wear diapers?

    太空人會不會穿紙尿褲?

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Is the answer to that question.

    是這個問題的答案。

  • When we launch in the Soyuz, we have at least a couple of hours before launch, sitting in that space craft and then we have to go through a six hour rendezvous and then we have to spend a couple of hours from docking until actually getting onboard the space station.

    當我們用聯盟號發射時,我們在發射前至少有幾個小時,坐在那個太空飛船裡,然後我們必須經過六個小時的會合,然後我們必須花幾個小時從對接直到實際登上空間站。

  • We also wear diapers when we go outside the space station to a spacewalk.

    當我們到空間站外進行太空行走時,我們也會穿上尿布。

  • We could spend anything from 8 to 10 hours inside that space suit.

    我們可能會在那件太空服裡呆上8到10個小時不等。

  • Sometimes longer.

    有時更長。

  • So with the Hovan to take precautions and where diapers, just in case you need to use it.

    是以,與霍萬一起採取預防措施,並在其中使用尿布,以備需要時使用。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Well astronauts can drink alcohol when we're training on the ground on Planet Earth, but alcohol is not permitted on board the space station and astronauts have piercings.

    好吧,當我們在地球上的地面訓練時,太空人可以喝酒,但在空間站上不允許喝酒,而且太空人有穿孔。

  • I'm pretty sure there have been some of the female astronauts that have been up here.

    我敢肯定,已經有一些女太空人上過這裡。

  • The ladies that have had pierced ears and that kind of thing.

    那些打過耳洞的女士們,還有那種東西。

  • Other than that, I don't I'm not aware of any but I'm also not aware of any restrictions.

    除此以外,我不......我不知道有什麼,但我也不知道有什麼限制。

  • So, but I would suggest if somebody gets a piercing, they do it on the ground.

    所以,但我建議如果有人穿孔,他們在地上穿。

  • Not here.

    這裡沒有。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Can humans colonize mars?

    人類能在火星上殖民嗎?

  • Of course we can colonize mars.

    我們當然可以在火星上殖民。

  • It's both a technical and a political question because it would take a tremendous amount of resources and uh that has to have the political will and the funding to do that.

    這既是一個技術問題,也是一個政治問題,因為這將需要大量的資源,而且必須有政治意願和資金才能做到這一點。

  • And then obviously we need to develop the technology both to get there quickly, land on the planet and then be able to live there.

    然後顯然我們需要開發技術,以迅速到達那裡,在地球上登陸,然後能夠在那裡生活。

  • But I'm certain that someday we'll be able to see that hopefully in our lifetime station, this is Houston.

    但我確信,有一天我們能夠看到,希望在我們的有生之年站,這裡是休斯頓。

  • Er Thank you.

    呃,謝謝你。

  • That concludes the event.

    活動到此結束。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你。

  • Have a great day.

    祝你有個愉快的一天。

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