What happens when you wring a washcloth in space? It may not be what you think.
Watching what life is like in zero-gravity in the International Space Station has always fascinated me as it does most people. I’ve seen liquids float around in little balls, the astronauts eat food floating in the air, and several other interesting things. So when I started to watch this video, I thought I knew what would happen, but figured it would be cool to watch just the same. Boy, was I surprised. It didn’t do anything like what I thought would happen.
Wet Washcloth In Space – What Happens When You Wring It? | Video
There are all sorts of videos uploaded from the scientists on currently on the ISS – some very recent like the washcloth video. So fascinating!!
ISS Tour: Kitchen, Bedrooms & The Latrine | Video
If guys are careless on earth about keeping the seat…and lid down, can you imagine the problems they’d create in space? Also wonder if they practice their aim as part of the space program training.
That’s not a pretty thought. I have to wonder if one of the women, when they are on board, has had sex with one of the men. You know, for scientific reasons.
I don’t even want to think about post sex in an anit-gravity environment, not even for scientific reasons.
Well, it crossed your mind otherwise you wouldn’t have commented.. 😀 I know, I thought the same thing. 🙂
Not at all what I expected — little droplets of water floating around. Instead it looked like K-Y.
It’s cool! I’ve sat here for a couple hours now watching video after video taken on the ISS. Love them!