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Brad Pitt calls ISS: ‘Did you spot Indian moon lander?’

WorldNews Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Brad Pitt calls ISS: ‘Did you spot Indian moon lander?’NEW DELHI: Hollywood actor Brad Pitt had a question for Nasa astronaut Nick Hague, currently posted at the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday. Pitt wanted to know if Hague had seen India’s Chandrayaan II lander Vikram land on the moon. Pitt, who plays an astronaut in his upcoming space drama “Ad Astra”, sat down for a conversation with Hague, an...
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News video: Brad Pitt gets seal of approval on new space film from ISS astronaut

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Hollywood star Brad Pitt has received high praise for his new space film Ad Astra from an astronaut on the International Space Station. The Fight Club actor spoke with Nasa's Nick Hague at Mission Control in Houston.

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