You heard that correctly. A giant gorilla, aboard the International Space Station. Keep saying it to yourself, it's going to be a while before you'll get that chance again.
The 'gorilla' in question just so happens to be everyone's favourite space captain and all-round hero NASA astronaut Scott Kelly who has just 8 days left before he finally returns to Earth.
— Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) February 23, 2016
Tweeting that you should 'Go big, or go home.' Kelly decided to cut loose and dress up in a gorilla suit for reasons that immediately become obvious when you see a giant 'gorilla' start flying around a space station in zero gravity.
These last eight days mark the end of a frankly superhuman effort by Kelly who will have spent in total over 300 days aboard the ISS as part of a massive experiment to see if humans can survive the months it would take to travel to planets like Mars.
During his time aboard the station Kelly has been involved in over 400 experiments, taken 742 stunning photos and accomplished the impressive feat of officially becoming the most accomplished gardener in space.
As part of the 'Year in space' experiment Kelly will be placed alongside his twin brother Mark (also an astronaut) and scientists will be able to compare the differences between the two.
According to NASA the results from Kelly's marathon stint in space won't be published for at least six months with some of the learnings from the mission taking nearly six years to analyse.
Remaining on the Space Station is ESA astronaut Tim Peake who has very valiantly taken over the role of chief Twitter user aboard the space station.
Peake has been getting photography lessons from Kelly and has so far been putting it to astonishingly good use.