Astronaut Wrings Out Water Aboard the ISS, Proving That Even Mundane Tasks Are Awesome in Space

By: Josh Wolford - April 18, 2013

Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield is awesome, space is awesome, and everything he does in space is awesome. Proving once again that even the most mundane tasks are transformed into something incredible when performed in zero gravity, here’s Hadfield wringing out a soaking-wet washcloth aboard the ISS.

Not only is the wringing-out part cool, but so is the whole getting-it-wet-in-the-first-place part.

If this isn’t reason enough to find space programs, I don’t know what is.

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    Millions of dollars for space technology development, and they couldn’t give the ISS Astronauts a Headphone Mic? Anti-Gravity makes for a very poor Mic stand…

  • biggingeryeti

    I read that this was a particular problem with regards to sweating, because it doesn’t evaporate.

  • Aus trail e ah

    I love this guy!