British astronaut Tim Peake is lately aboard the Global Area Station, however that did not save you him from becoming a member of tens of hundreds of runners in the London Marathon. The use of an iPad to simulate his run throughout the process the London Marathon, Peake took phase in a virtual model of the race, completing in 3 hours, 35 mins and 21 seconds. In that point, the Global Area Station turned around the planet two times.
Peake is not the first to run a marathon in area, as astronaut Sunita Williams ran in conjunction with the Boston marathon in 2007, finishing it in 4 hours and 24 mins. Peake used to be operating whilst strapped to a treadmill, following at the side of the remainder of the runners on an iPad that screened are living photographs of the direction adjusted to his tempo.