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Astronaut Videos: Water in Space

With National Astronaut Day happening on May 5th, we honor the work of space scientists around the globe
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With National Astronaut Day happening on May 5th, we honor the work of space scientists around the globe. Watch Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield soak a wash cloth with water, and then wring it out in space. What happens here will amaze even the most scientific thinkers.

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