Your viewing experience for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was probably like mine, wherein you used money to enter a theater, ate some overpriced snacks, and tried not to yell every time the person behind you kicked your seat. Our experience was definitely not like a group of astronauts orbiting Earth, who watched the latest Star Wars film from the safety of the International Space Station.
NASA astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei tweeted a picture of movie night, wherein the space station crew has crowded around a projector screen with drink bags and “bungee cord chairs,” which I guess is the interstellar equivalent of a recliner. There’s no review of the film yet from these gravity-defying fans, but I will forever treasure this shot of astronauts cuddling their adult juice bags like giddy kids in their parents’ basement.
NASA confirmed earlier this month that the ISS crew would get the chance to watch The Last Jedi out in space, where people can still hear you scream spoilers on Twitter.