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Washed in Space: Astronaut’s Washcloth Video Goes Viral

© RIA Novosti . Grigorii Sisoev / Go to the photo bankCanadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, left, with two other crew members of the International Space Station (ISS)
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, left, with two other crew members of the International Space Station (ISS) - Sputnik International
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When a group of high school students asked an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS) what happens when a wet washcloth is wrung out in space, the Canadian commander put their question to the test - and shot a video of what turned out to be a remarkable demonstration of the oddities of living in micro-gravity.

WASHINGTON, April 24 (RIA Novosti) - When a group of high school students asked an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS) what happens when a wet washcloth is wrung out in space, the Canadian commander put their question to the test - and shot a video of what turned out to be a remarkable demonstration of the oddities of living in micro-gravity.

“The question is, if you get a cloth dripping wet without gravity, what happens if you wrung it out?” Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield asks at the start of the three-minute video that he made on board the ISS.

The video (below) has had more than five million views since it was posted last week.

 

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