Tom Cruise receives valuable advice on outer space before filming aboard the International Space Station, and famous astronauts say de-icing toilet science is super important !!!
Retired astronauts Scott Kelly and Roy Bridges, Jr. tell TMZ … Tom will go through many workouts before blasting to the ISS. This may sound like a joke, but they agree that John will be a key part of his research. It is said that this is not a cosmic breakthrough when nature calls with zero gravity.
As you know … Tom is set to boldly go where there is no action star ever before, goes into orbit to capture another flick, and a partnership with NASA, as well Elon Muskis SpaceX.
Scott commands the ISS on 3 expeditions and spends more time in space than anyone … so he knows what he’s talking about when he says that Tom has to move slowly on the ISS. It is common for most recruits to crack. Again, not quite at zero-G.
On the plus side, we think, he adds, the only thing on Earth that compares to space travel is to jump a Niagara Falls into a barrel while on fire.
Roy, who piloted the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1985, tells us that Tom’s body is in shock – blood rushes to his head instead of his legs due to ol ‘zero-G.
Scott and Roy also told us what kind of training Tom could expect before getting on the ISS … like how to move safely, how to get in and out of the capsule, how to wear a space suit, how to do food and get food that in his mouth, plus how to sleep and clean himself – think of a bird.
Oh, and we’re told that Tom also needs to learn how to prepare for a space crash, like space debris that irrigates the ISS … and how to survive the ocean collapse when he returns to Earth.
Sounds like TC has cut his work for him … but this space mission is definitely possible !!!