'Twas Christmas Day and all over the place,People were celebrating, even in space.The halls were all decked, the stockings were hung,And for all that we know, even carols were sung. Two-forty miles up, above Santa's sleigh,Was the International Space Station's own holiday.Gifts came on a rocket that was launched up from Earth,Bringing cosmonauts and astronauts plenty of mirth. On that zero-g station with their hearts all a-flitter,Astronaut Vande Hei shared this photo on Twitter. Merry Christmas from the International Space Station! pic.twitter.com/F1ye4d7MXN — Mark T. Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) December 25, 2017 And a few days before, 'twixt all that they're doing, NASA sent up the new Star Wars for a most special viewing. Space Station movie night, complete with “bungee cord chairs”, drink bags, and a science fiction flick! pic.twitter.com/IPZ2thI8rw — Mark T. Vande Hei (@Astro_Sabot) December 24, 2017 This brave crew of six, to the ISS they came,Let's wish them all well as we call them by nameNow! Acaba, Now! Vande Hei, Now! Misurkin and Tingle,On! Shkaplerov and Kanai, crossing the globe like Kris Kringle. So from us on the planet, far out of sightHappy Christmas to all, and to all a good spaceflight. WATCH: Making pizza in space is incredibly hard, ya'll read more Disclaimer: Chances are that this post was requested by an advertiser.