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Friday, 15 January 2016

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the real thing, well so the US say!

English astronaut, Tim Peake, has just been outside the spaceship to repair a bolt or two, but Houston called both astronauts back in early because Tim, rather a showman, thought he could use the moments to show off his latest dance routine!

Tim, a great fan of the one and only, Whacko Jacko, has been rehearsing his version of the famous "Moonwalk" and thought what better place and time to do it whilst "Spacewalking!"

Being a religious person, Tim also believes Michael is still in heaven (some children and parents would beg to differ!) strutting his stuff to God, Jesus and 72 virgins, so grabbing the moment and being in heaven too was a fabulous opportunity to do it; the Moonwalk suspended in the heavens!

Sadly, Houston Control Center thought it was rather dangerous to go walking backwards in space as Tim drifted further away from the ship and feared his lifeline might break! So they abruptly ended the walk and Tim's moment of showbiz fame!

Meanwhile, he is back inside listening to "Thriller" on his earphones and his colleagues have been ordered to tie him down just in case Tim attempts to do a Mooonwalk inside the ship! Weightlessness can often cause minor mental deficiencies and Houston fear he could actually become quite deranged, and with the moon so near, he might just open the door! Oops!

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