Settling in to a new regime of self-isolation isn’t going to be easy for any of us, but if there’s someone who knows what it’s going to be like it’s Commander Chris Hadfield.
The Canadian astronaut spent almost five months aboard the International Space Station (ISS) thousands of miles from human civilisation and any kind of normal life.
Astronauts go through extensive training on physical and mental wellbeing during their time in space. They’re confined in a very small space and only have immediate physical contact with a couple of other people.
The rest of their interactions take place through phone and video conferencing. Sound familiar? (Text, photo courtesy Metro)