Here's something they most likely don't set you up for in space explorer school.
On August 13, European Space Agency space explorer Luca Parmitano will leave a mark on the world by conveying the main at any point DJ set from space — an advanced marriage between off-world investigation and EDM.
As though the set's area on board the International Space Station (ISS) weren't additional enough, advertiser BigCityBeats plans to livestream it through satellite to 3,000 revelers on board their World Club Dome journey send in the Mediterranean ocean: goal, Ibiza (as a result obviously).
"Fortunate ravers will be risen above into another domain as multi-dimensional visuals and intergalactic sounds will increase their review involvement in this all inclusive accomplishment," BigCityBeats wrote in a public statement.
Parmitano is planned to start his adventure to the ISS on July 20, and he's apparently previously getting ready for his melodic introduction.
"BigCityBeats and German DJ Le Shuuk have been putting Parmitano through a concentrated DJing and creation course [to] prepare him for the set," as indicated by the discharge.
Le Shuuk may be the ideal instructor, as well — he conveyed his own zero-gravity DJ set for BigCityBeats on board a changed over A310 air ship in March.