Monday, October 12, 2015

Amazing 4K video shows how a weightless blob of water behaves in space

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Water is super weird in weightlessness

Instead of flowing like it does on Earth, water on the International Space Station pools in circular blobs that can float through the orbiting space laboratory. (Water holds its shape in this way due to surface tension, which keeps the ball of water in a sphere.)

A new 4K video taken by astronauts on the Space Station shows a blob of water floating in front of NASA's Scott Kelly, as he slowly adds different food colorings and an antacid tablet to it.

Kelly adds a blue color to the sphere of water at first, then throws in some red for good measure to turn the water green before adding the antacid tablets Read more...

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