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Submission + - Water droplets in orbit on the International Space Station (physicscentral.com)

BuzzSkyline writes: "Astronaut Don Pettit, who is aboard the International Space Station (ISS) right now, put charged water droplets into wild orbits around a knitting needle in the microgravity environment of the ISS. A video he made of the droplets is the first in a serious of freefall physics experiments that he will be posting in coming months."
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Water droplets in orbit on the International Space Station

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