Japanese astronaut Kimiya Yui expressed his hope Tuesday that children will try to achieve their dreams as he spoke aboard the International Space Station in orbit.
“I want children to do their best and achieve their dream. And I want them to do what they need to do,” Yui, 45, said as he took part in an ISS crew press conference transmitted through a satellite connection.
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