Chris Hadfield demonstrates what happens when you ring out a washcloth in space

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+29 1. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

I hope their electronic components are 100% waterproof :S
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0 2. ptsantos commented 7 years ago

he doesn't need to hold the mic...haaa :D
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+4 3. imagic commented 7 years ago

space... it stay's amazing how different things are over there
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+4 4. beerholder commented 7 years ago

2:49. I wasn't thinking jello... Damn you, Internet! What have you done to me???
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+2 5. ZaMpTi commented 7 years ago

gotta love this guy!
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+2 6. kekke2000 commented 7 years ago

#1 Only need the 0.01% that the water drops hit to be water proof. :)
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+1 7. UofMichFan commented 7 years ago

Got to admit that was not what I expected. I thought it was going to be hundreds of tiny water droplets that start floating everywhere. Pretty cool though.
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0 8. Vaypay commented 7 years ago

They don't have mic headsets up there ?
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0 9. CudSmacked commented 7 years ago

Chris Hadfield is probably one of the coolest astronauts. Shows all kinds of everyday activities in space. I'm really glad the Canadian Space Agency decided to make these interesting videos. Proud to be Canadian. <3
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+1 10. LobsterKing commented 7 years ago

I want more :'(
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0 11. PeTTs0n commented 7 years ago

#1 - you can be pretty sure everything is quite substantially waterproof. Otherwise you could have risks as soon as there's sweating and sneezing for example. I do believe (don't quote me on that though ^^) they've got filters in the air recirculation systems that grab a hold of water, dust etc. that may be floating around, and either clean and repurpose it (in the case of water) or compact and stow it. (In the case of dust/trash particles.)