Even when they are floating in the International Space Station, astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren showed that they, too, know how to celebrate Thanksgiving.
The astronauts on the orbiting laboratory also had their day off, and they planned to celebrate it by watching football and enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner that only takes 20 minutes to prepare, Space.com reported.
But even with a not-so-appetizing Thanksgiving treat, Kelly and Lindgren said that they still have a lot to be thankful for, especially for the opportunity they have to be working on the ISS.
"We are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to be ... living in this amazing orbiting laboratory, a physical manifestation of what is possible when the great countries of the world work together with communication, cooperation and collaboration toward peaceful means," Lindgren said, according to The Huffington Post.
"Being on the Space Station here and looking down at our incredibly beautiful planet gives us a different perspective on what it means to be citizens of planet Earth," Kelly said.
They have less than 100 days left of their year-long mission in space, where they are studying the effects of long-term space travel on the human body among other experiments, according to New York Post.
Below is a video posted by NASA showing the astronauts giving their Thanksgiving meal a go: