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Waves in a Large Free Sphere of Water
Neat fluid dynamics experiments performed on a sphere of water in a zero-gravity environment
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How are they making the original sphere? Cool
Just squeeze it out of a bottle and surface tension does the rest.
at 2:33 you can see a face in the bubbles...(thanks boing boing)
and at 2:23 you can see a " :o) "
Water will form a sphere naturally in zero-g due to surface tension
Only NASA could make such a cool thing obnoxious with a commentary.
sounds like every kid we made fun of in school.. now look at the coolness that is his job.. oh irony
The narrator reminds me of Odd Todd, without the charm. Cool physics though.
No way NASA's not conducting off-the-record, zero-G masturbation "experiments."
water is the best molecule
He sounds like that kid who had the public access TV show about grave robbery.
Space. The final frontier.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Go, dominant bubble, go!
only advanced physics scientists could make dicking around in zero-G sound like real work
Needs Bob Costas to add ''bubble war'' commentary.
Wow, that is awesome. I want to go to space just to do that.
j lzrd / swift idiot
That was delightful.
No, YOU'RE an example of hetero-genus nucleation!
This is what I imagine one of the things in that film the Abyss, you know the jelly fish people - I think their penises would look like this.
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