The unannounced video shows how complex it is for astronauts to go to Earth after long hours in space.
The record was shared by NASA's astronaut Andrew Jay Feistel, who had his first space mission in May 2009.
In the order, recorded on October 5, you can see Feustel Learning to walk after the 197 days spent on the International Space Station (ISS).
With some difficulty, the cosmonaut takes slow steps, while the team of specialists helps. It should be noted that this is a normal procedure that follows those who return from space.
"Welcome home, Alliance MS09", began with the introduction of Feistel in his greetings to the crew composed of Sergei Prokopiev, Alexander Gerst and Serena M. Aignon, who returned to Earth last Thursday.
"So I looked on October 5 this year, trying to go with my eyes closed. I hope the crew who just returned is feeling much better ", he added.
Welcome home # SoyuzMS09 ! On October 5th, that's what I looked like walking heels closed after 197 days @Space_Station during the field test experiment … I hope that the newly opened team feels much better. Video loan @IndiraFeustel pic.twitter.com/KsFuJgoYXh
– A.J. (Drew) Feistel (@ Astro_Feustel) December 20, 2018
Recall that the probe InSight NASA, which arrived on Mars in November, successfully deployed a choppy seismometer of French production on Mars's surface, a key instrument for continuing its scientific mission.
This device, worth tens of millions of euros, was created by the French agency CNES, serves to listen to the vibrations of the interior of the red planet and discover more about the history of its formation.
"The deployment of a seismometer is just as important as the InSight landing on Mars," said Bruce Bayerde, a mission scientist at NASA.