Totally off topic, but strangely in tune with the times. Like they say, the best-laid plans...
Then, at 11.57am Sydney time, he made his one-handed shot. NASA had been nervous about the stunt, with engineers concerned that a fouled shot could send the ball smashing into the space station, or hitting a space walker.
The space agency predicted the ball would circle the Earth for about three days before falling back into the atmosphere and burning up.
But whirling around the world at more than seven kilometres a second, 16 times a day, the shanked shot could fly about 2 million kilometres before becoming a man-made meteor.