Microgravity Experiment: Wringing a Wet Towel in Space
Everything is a bit more complicated in space. For instance, try wringing out a wet towel.
Everything is a bit more complicated in space. For instance, try wringing out a wet towel. That's what Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield does in a microgravity experiment in the video below.
Watch as the water squeezes out of the cloth and runs along the surface of the cloth and onto Hadfield's hands "like jello or moisturizer."
Find out more about Expedition 35 here.
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