Marathon in space times

^08C02AD7710286550EF79B0A76FF1479C6BB27B0159845514C^pimgpsh_fullsize_distrESA astronaut Tim Peake is the second person to finish a full 42-km marathon in space after NASA astronaut Sunita William’s Boston marathon run on the International Space Station in 2007. Tim ran alongside and above thousands of runners in London together with other members of Team Astronaut. He opened the London Marathon via a video message and got to running while strapped into the International Space Station’s treadmill.

Here are Tim’s estimated lap times that are not official yet:

Kilometer Miles Total Time Split
5 3.10686 00:25:50
10 6.21371 00:50:25 00:24:35
15 9.32057 01:16:36 00:26:11
20 12.4274 01:42:00 00:25:24
25 15.5343 02:09:30 00:27:30
30 18.6411 Routine loss of signal Routine loss of signal
35 21.748 02:58:30 00:49:00
40 24.8548 03:27:08 00:28:38
42.195 26.2 03:35:21 00:08:13
Estimated start time: 09:00:00
Estimated stop time: 12:35:21

 

Finished! Credits: ESA

Finished! Credits: ESA

 

 

Finished! ESA Biomedical Engineers Jennifer Struble and Tim Irawan were on console to monitor Tim's progress and ensure his health during run.

Finished! ESA Biomedical Engineers Jennifer Struble and Tim Irawan were on console to monitor Tim’s progress and ensure his health during run.

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