Here’s what happens when you get a wash cloth, dripping wet without gravity, and you wring it out on the ISS. This may indeed be the coolest wash cloth. Ever. Featured in the video is the Canadian Space Agency’s, Chris Hadfield, who performs the experiment designed by 10th graders at Lockview High School.
He simply takes out a dry wash cloth from a hockey puck then squirts water into the wash cloth but the results are far cooler than what you would have expected. Check it our for yourself.
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