Sasha, the three-toed sloth, has successfully set a new speed record as the zero-gravity indicator for the SpaceX Crew-7.
Sasha, the Three-Toed Sloth: The Fastest Moving Sloth in the World
A new fastest-moving sloth in the world has been recorded!
According to a report from Collect Space, Sasha, the three-toed sloth, has achieved an impressive feat by becoming the fastest sloth ever recorded.
It is revealed that Sasha, the three-toed sloth, has an average speed of 0.15 miles per hour. Thus, the zero-g indicator of SpaceX Crew-7, Sasha, the three-toed sloth, is the swiftest to move on Earth.
Pilot Expressed His Opinion of Sasha, the Three-Toed Sloth
The pilot of Sasha, the three-toed sloth, has stated that the zero-gravity indicator is not a two-toed sloth but a three-toed sloth, making it move too fast. Crew-7’s pilot Andres Mogensen, a Danish astronaut, added that it is even too fast for him as a pilot.
SPACE reports that the pilot of Sasha, the three-toed sloth, together with three other astronauts (NASA’s Moghbeli, JAXA’s Furukawa, and Roscosmos’ Borisov), are currently en route to spend six months on the International Space Station (ISS) but is now orbiting Earth at a speed of 17,500 miles per hour.