Cool Science Experiments With Water In Space | International Space Station Video

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Ignore the boring babbling by the International Space Station scientist and instead focus your attention on what really makes this video interesting:

The pretty bubbles.

The first experiment involves a giant squishy ball of water suspended in air, or as the man narrating likes to call it- “a delightful interplay of both surface and body waves.” If you’re wondering why there’s metal thing in the middle, my guess is that the water needs something to attach itself to to form a ball.

The coolest part of the video has to be the last half where he injects bubbles inside the bubble and they bounce off each other; and the last scene with the antacid tablet isn’t to shabby either. Though, If I ever get the chance to go to space, I’d probably perform these experiments with soda.

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