Astronaut Thomas Pesquet was in Bastia to talk about his experience in space

On Saturday, 700 privileged spectators of the Bastia theater, including many children, found themselves with their heads in the stars for 1h15 with astronaut Thomas Pesquet.

He came to share his life in space with the public, detailing his last stay in the international space station, the ISS, before answering questions from the crowd.

A prestigious guest for Bastia who earlier in the day had inaugurated the Explore Mars exhibition at the Casa di e Scenze, in Lupinu. Mars, like the Moon, are two goals for Thomas Pesquet, although setting foot on the Moon is obviously a much stronger and closer possibility.

We listen to Thomas Pesquet.