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Video: If You Try to Wring Out a Washcloth in Space, You Will Fail

The International Space Station is seen orbiting the Earth.

The International Space Station is seen orbiting the Earth. // NASA/AP

Water, in space, will not flow. It will not cascade, or drip, or fill a cup. Instead, unimpeded by gravity, water tends to collect in floating blobs that are works of beauty and science at the same time.

But what happens when a) you're in space and b) you find yourself with a wet washcloth and c) you try to wring it out?

Read more at The Atlantic

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