Holy crap, normal water can behave like bouncing rubber in space

When you're aboard the International Space Station, every day (understandably) brings new excitement. NASA astronaut and chemical engineer Don Pettit has been documenting these small daily wonders along with the American Physical Society on YouTube.

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In his latest video, Pettit demonstrates how microgravity transforms everyday water into bubble fluid — and sometimes an impromptu tennis racket. Remember, absolutely everything looks way groovier when you're cruising in the International Space Station.

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[Via Universe Today]

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