Brad Pitt Asks Astronaut If He Saw India's Moon Lander

Hollywood Star Brad Pitt made a call to the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday to speak to an American Astronaut Nick Hague. This 20-minute video call was made via split-screen from the Washington Headquarters of NASA. The call to space station is part of promotional campaign of Pitt's upcoming flick 'Ad Astra'.

Brad Pitt was curious to know what it's like to live and work abroad the Space Station. Nick Hague replied, 'Calluses on my feet has basically gone away as I stopped walking on the bottoms of my feet. I have calluses across the top of my foot, 'big toe' on which I am constantly hanging these days'. Pitt said, 'That's incredible'.


Nick Hague revealed Astronauts abroad the ISS work from 7.30 am to 7.30 pm. Then, Brad Pitt questioned him whether if he saw the Chandrayaan-2's Vikram Moon Lander. To which, Nick replied: 'No, Unfortunately'.

In the end, Brad Pitt asked Nick Hague to say who is more believable 'Clooney in Gravity' or 'Pitt'?. Mr.Nick replied: 'It's You...absolutely'.