Cosmonaut Wagner spoke about the challenges of living in zero gravity

To draw in zero gravity is difficult, as well as to comply with your handwriting when writing, said from aboard the International space station Russian cosmonaut Ivan Wagner.

"In weightlessness to do (draw - ed.), in fact, difficult. Even the handwriting is to observe and to write properly in zero gravity is more difficult than on Land," he said during the broadcast on the YouTube channel "Roscosmos TV".

Wagner noted that among his colleagues at the station doesn't know anyone who would be painted in zero gravity.

He called the most difficult in the life of on-orbit isolation and living conditions.

"The hardest part is probably isolation, prolonged isolation in a confined space, for me. And, perhaps, household terms. Although the person gets used to everything," explained the astronaut.

He admitted that most of all after his return to Earth, scheduled for October 22, will miss the day and night views from the window.

"And second, what I'm going to miss the weightlessness. Here you can easily twist flips or any other acrobatic element. It does not require any effort," added the astronaut.

Wagner flew to the ISS in April on the ship "Soyuz MS-16" together with Russia's Anatoly Ivanishin and American Christopher Cassidy. Currently the stations are U.S. astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken.