From the spacecraft, astronauts see a beautiful world.
(Pronunciation: SPÊISS KRÉFT)
But outside, there is no oxygen. There is a lot of radiation and the temperatures are extreme.
To survive in space, astronauts wear special spacesuits.
(Pronunciation: SPÊISS SÚÚÚT)
They work in pairs. If there is a problem, the other astronaut can help.
In space there is no gravity. It’s difficult to work there. So astronauts practice under the water.
UNDER THE WATER
(Pronunciation: ÃN-der the UÁ-dãr)
Technology helps, but the maintenance and construction of Space Stations should be done by astronauts.
(Pronunciation: SPÊIS STÊI-xãn)
So spacewalks are necessary.
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First Question: Who was the first man to ‘walk’ in space?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 2: Aleksey Leonov
Second Question: When did he ‘walk’ in space for the first time?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 2: In 1965
Third Question: Can humans survive in space?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 2: Yes. Humans can survive in space.
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