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Queen Elizabeth II reminded a group of school children of the importance of returning to Earth, as she said in a video call about the first man to take off the plane – Soviet astronaut Yuri Gagarin.
The King, who invited Karkarin to Buckingham Palace after the historic 1961 flight, was asked about the details of what the astronaut called to the palace on Friday.
He responded with a “Russian” smile as his fans laughed. “He does not speak English. He was cool, and I think being the first person was especially cool. “
Astronomer Maggie Adren Pocock, who hosted the meeting celebrating British Science Week, said being the first man in space was terrifying and did not know what was going to happen.
The Queen replied, “Well, if you can come back.” “This is very important.”
The call came with students at Thomas Jones Elementary School in west London on Wednesday as the Queen shocked the royal family with allegations of racism and accusations leveled by Prince Harry and Megan during a difficult week.
Despite the controversy, the Queen continued her mission as she had done for decades. Scientists at the London Museum of Science explained to them about NASA’s diligent mission to Mars and discussed the discovery of meteorite fragments in the UK earlier this week.
The team presented the Queen with durable Mars rover masks sent from NASA headquarters to Windsor Castle. Professor Carolyn Smith asked the Museum of Natural History to give one of the masks to Prince Philip, the Queen’s husband, because he had long been interested in science and space research.
The 99-year-old prince is recovering from heart surgery at a London hospital.
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