Science on the International Space Station
Tour the ISS
Water Experiments on the ISS
What happens when you carefully pour out some water on the ISS? How can you drink tea with chopsticks? Can you make a gyroscope with a couple of CD players? These and many other questions are answered by Dr Don Petit while he was onboard the ISS.
Just one thing though. NASA tends to use the term Micro-Gravity for the environment on the ISS, when in fact, the ISS and everything in it, is in free-fall around the earth.
Weight vs Mass on the ISS
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