Find out what happens when you wring out a wet towel in space, astronaut shows in old viral video

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What happens when you wring out a wet towel in space?

Astronaut wrings out a wet towel in spacereddit

Recently, an old video started going viral on the internet once again. The clip shows what it’s like for an astronaut to squeeze water out of a wet towel in space. The video shows Chris Hadfield, a retired Canadian astronaut, performing this experiment on the International Space Station in 2013.

In the video, the astronaut takes a towel and wrings it well. Since there is no gravity in space, water does not fall to the ground as it would on Earth. Instead, it takes on a strange gel-like shape. This short 30-second video has left people completely amazed.

This is what happens when you wring out a soaked towel in zero gravity byu/WorldlyBlackberry819 inDamn, that’s interesting

How did people react to the viral video?

After re-uploading it to Reddit, the video went viral in an instant. People on the Internet were wondering about various scenarios that could happen given how water reacts without gravity in space.

One user wondered how astronauts on the ISS (International Space Station) would wash their clothes: “It must be difficult to wash clothes in space.” Another joked that while washing might be tricky, drying clothes would be an easy task: “Just hang them outside the station facing the sun. It will dry in no time.”

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Comment byu/WorldlyBlackberry819 from the discussion at Damnthatsinteresting

Some people who knew very little about how the ISS is designed worried that the astronaut’s little demonstration would affect the machines installed in space.

To clear up all doubt, many commenters came forward to remind these restless ones that things don’t work like that: “It’s funny how many people in this thread think that a single drop of water is going to bring down a station that may be “The greatest feat of humanity and has been in operation for decades.

Comment byu/WorldlyBlackberry819 from the discussion at Damnthatsinteresting

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