With Tim Peake becoming the first ever British astronaut aboard the ISS, there's a few problems we haven't quite worked out yet. Is there tea in space? What do you do if your space shuttle doesn't show up for ages then two show up at once?
Don't worry, Tim. Twitter users have got your back, using the hashtag #BritishAstronautProblems.
When you're busy astronauting but you get a flashback of the John Lewis Christmas advert and well up. #britishastronautproblems— Studolph Nugent (@Hungry_Joe) December 15, 2015
First contact with aliens from distant galaxy and they're all Manchester United fans #BritishAstronautProblems— Ben Bowman (@bennosaurus) December 15, 2015
#britishastronautproblems Not being able to talk about the weather— Stu (@_Alfista) December 15, 2015
— Charlie Russell (@DoctorPodge) December 15, 2015
#britishastronautproblems Having to think of different variations of "Thank you" when the same person keeps holding an airlock open for you.— Alistair Coleman (@scaryduck) December 15, 2015
"Sorry to announce that the 11.00 Soyuz Rocket to Space has been cancelled due to no driver being available"December 15, 2015
When your space bus is late and then 3 come all at once. #britishastronautproblems— Col (@Bigshirtlesscol) December 15, 2015
Have you got any British problems Tim Peake might encounter in space? Tweet them with #BritishAstronautProblems!
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