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  • - Never have I ever had sex in space.

  • Well,

  • (upbeat music)

  • Hi, my name's Clayton Anderson

  • and I'm a retired United States astronaut.

  • I spent 167 total days in outer space.

  • 152 of those living on board the International Space Station

  • in 2007.

  • I would do six space walks during my 30 year career

  • with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.

  • I'm ready to play never have I ever.

  • Never have I ever seen or witnessed alien activity.

  • I have never witnessed alien activity.

  • Although, my Russian crew mates Oleg and Fyodor

  • appeared strange at times.

  • But, I can't divulge any information to you,

  • (record scratching)

  • otherwise I'd be violating government secrets.

  • Never have I ever pooped or peed in my space suit.

  • I have peed in my space suit.

  • I have never pooped there,

  • but I wore a MAG,

  • NASA's maximum absorbency garment.

  • Otherwise known to you lay people as a diaper.

  • I was in the midst of a seven hour and 41 minute

  • space walk outside of the International Space Station.

  • We don't get to eat while we're out there,

  • but we do get to drink water.

  • And as a result of drinking water

  • over seven hours and 41 minutes,

  • I closed my eyes,

  • I concentrated and I let her fly.

  • Never have I ever questioned whether we actually landed

  • on the moon.

  • I have never questioned the fact

  • that we landed on the moon.

  • To those that disagree,

  • all I can say is,

  • I have pity for you.

  • There's evidence still there.

  • We can actually see it with satellites.

  • We can see the remnants of what the astronauts

  • on Apollo 11 and subsequent Apollo missions left there.

  • The footprints that they left are still there.

  • There's no atmosphere on the moon,

  • so there's no wind to blow them away.

  • There are a lot of photos available,

  • a lot of cool stuff,

  • a lot of data out there.

  • All you have to do is go to

  • NASA.gov and you'll learn everything you need to know.

  • Never have I ever looked at the Earth from space

  • and thought about how small we are

  • in the grand scheme of things.

  • I have thought that.

  • Every day.

  • 16 sunrises and sunsets

  • every day as we orbited the Earth,

  • every 90 minutes.

  • I would look out the windows when I had time

  • and I would see the beauty of God's creation.

  • And you think about wow,

  • the Earth is a spaceship

  • and we're all passengers on that spaceship

  • and we're sailing through outer space.

  • Pretty cool feeling.

  • Pretty intimidating at times.

  • But, pretty proud that I had the opportunity to do it.

  • Never have I ever gotten drunk in space.

  • I have never gotten drunk in space.

  • However, NASA says there is no alcohol

  • on board the International Space Station.

  • I'm not gonna provide you any information here,

  • but if you read my book,

  • "The Ordinary Space Man",

  • you might learn about that exact topic.

  • Now, we didn't get drunk in space

  • but we certainly enjoyed each others company.

  • Oleg Kotov and Fyodor Yurchikhin,

  • my two Russian cosmonaut crew mates and I

  • dined every single meal together.

  • We enjoyed that time.

  • We talked about family,

  • we talked about friends.

  • We chastised each other.

  • We laughed.

  • We discussed technical issues,

  • but we had a lot of fun.

  • Never have I ever woken up and forgotten

  • I was in space.

  • I have done that.

  • During my 152 days on board the International Space Station,

  • if I had a really good nights sleep,

  • sometimes I'd wake up and I wasn't quite sure where I was.

  • Now, some people will tell you

  • that their dreams were weird in zero gravity,

  • and that they were crazy and strange

  • and that they would dream they were falling

  • or they were hanging on for dear life.

  • I never had any dreams like that.

  • My dreams were all pretty normal.

  • I dreamed about my wife.

  • I dreamed about my kids.

  • I dreamed about sports activities.

  • I dreamed about my space walks.

  • I slept really well in space.

  • I averaged seven hours and 20 minutes of sleep every night,

  • which is probably more than I get on Earth.

  • Never have I ever had sex in space

  • like in the movies.

  • Well, I have never had sex in space.

  • Now, there are rumors to the effect that some have

  • or may have had sex in space.

  • But, I have no idea as to the origin of those rumors

  • or the truth or non-truth behind those rumors.

  • We simply don't have any time for that.

  • We're too busy working and doing the right thing.

  • Never have I ever thought about staying in space

  • and not coming back to Earth.

  • I thought about whether or not I would have to stay longer.

  • And you know, when I went back in 2010 for a 15 day mission

  • with the crew of Discovery,

  • I really wanted to stay longer.

  • 15 days back in my old home was not long enough for me

  • and I could've stayed for a month or so.

  • I don't think about of my crew mates

  • wanted to stay that long,

  • but they could've left me for about a month longer

  • and I would've been happy.

  • I would've had a great time.

  • But after that,

  • I would've been yearning to get back to Earth again.

  • Never have I ever thrown up while I was in space

  • or on Earth during a training exercise.

  • I have thrown up on Earth during a training exercise.

  • It was my first flight in a NASA T-38 jet.

  • I was seated in the backseat.

  • I was gonna do what they call the zoom and boom ride.

  • And zoom and boom ride,

  • for me that day,

  • turned into the whirl and hurl.

  • After about an hour,

  • I fought like crazy.

  • I told myself I was never gonna throw up.

  • But in the end, I puked in a trash can at Ellington Field

  • in the T-38 hanger.

  • Now in space,

  • a lot of guys puked on the first day.

  • A lot of people do.

  • But I was in the mid deck,

  • so I didn't have any responsibility to fly the vehicle

  • so I took medication.

  • And I launched on June the 8th of 2007,

  • I did not puke until November 7th, 2007

  • when I landed back at the Kennedy Space Center

  • in Florida.

  • And when I puked that day,

  • I yacked chunks.

  • It was pretty bad.

  • Being an astronaut was the dream of a lifetime.

  • I had an opportunity to represent my country

  • and I still do.

  • I had an opportunity to fly in space

  • and see our home planet from 250 miles up.

  • An opportunity that very few people so far in life

  • have gotten to do.

  • I hope someday that every single person on Earth

  • will have the opportunity to fly in space

  • just like I did.

  • It will give us all a different perspective on our lives

  • and it will give us a different perspective

  • on our planet Earth and what we can do to preserve

  • the wonderful opportunities we have here

  • on the blue planet.

  • Thanks a lot BuzzFeed.

  • Appreciate you having me on.

  • (upbeat music)

- Never have I ever had sex in space.

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