Tim Peake Honours Supermoons with Space Walk

Tim Peake on Space Walk

In a fitting tribute to the Muswell Hill Supermoons winning the 2015 All Comer’s League, British Astronaut Tim Peake, took part in a space walk today. NASA reported that the first British astronaut had left the space station to ‘lay a cable’.

Supermoons Captain Marek Larwood said  “It was nice to for the team to have it’s achievements honoured in Space, since we have been largely ignored back here on Earth. I can’t think of a better tribute than laying a cable, I like to think that whenever anyone sees that cable they will think of us.”

Tim Peake and NASA were unavailable for comment, but it is understood that praising the Supermoons victory was almost definitely the sole purpose of the space mission.

Marek added “To say thank you, I put a message in a bottle and threw it as hard as I could at the moon. Hopefully I’ll hear back from Tim and the lads in the next few days.”

 

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