Date: 5 days ago   Category: Space

The astronaut showed how honey behaves in zero gravity


One of members of an expedition at the ISS opened a jar with honey and turned it sideways, however contents did not pour out. The astronaut David Seong-Jacques showed how honey behaves in zero gravity. It shot video, being onboard the International Space Station. He opened a jar with honey and turned it sideways. In usual conditions contents banks would begin to pour out. However in the conditions of zero gravity honey began "to be extended" from within, forming "a honey tape" which got out and created a spiral. The video with a game with honey Seong-Jacques was published on YouTube channel Canadian Space Agency. Earlier it was reported that the astronaut removed strange clouds in the form of huge circles from the ISS. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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