RED 4K Camera Captures Riveting Footage of Unique Fluid Behavior in Space Laboratory

RED 4K Camera Captures Riveting Footage of Unique Fluid Behavior in Space Laboratory

Astronauts on the International Space Station dissolved an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water, and captured images using a camera capable of recording four times the resolution of normal high-definition cameras. The higher resolution images and higher frame rate videos can reveal more information when used on science investigations, giving researchers a valuable new tool aboard the space station. This footage is one of the first of its kind. The cameras are being evaluated for capturing science data and vehicle operations by engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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18 Responses

  1. Tobi_aka says:

    +Jack Claudiu Was asking myself the same thing 😀

  2. DJ U.K says:

    Microgravity+water+effervescence= wow


      Dude thats cool! Imagine 2 astronauts fucking once the cum starts flying!!
      Female love juice squirting everywhere! That I would watch! 😉

  3. Max Echendu says:

    Waiting patiently for Flat Earthers to come in and say…
    *Fake because the Earth is Flat*

  4. VivaLaWatts says:

    THAT MUSIC THO!! I must know what it is… anyone have a clue?

  5. Thomas Shelton, DC says:

    Good old hydrogen bonds

  6. max mustermann says:

    Please make a video Coca Cola + Mentos

  7. M Ethington says:

    Ball ‘O Alka Seltzer 

  8. John B says:

    Someone please, for the love of god, teach whoever shot that how to focus a
    damn camera…

  9. Sergio Barbery says:

    Шипучая аспиринка утром после вечеринки на МКС обретает новую форму ;)

  10. Peter Nguyen says:


  11. Elie Maltz says:

    Do mentos inside coke, for science purposes, Coca-Cola could pay for the
    experiment! :D

  12. Rodrigo Brambilla says:

    I noticed some water drops would change its direction with no apparent
    forces over it. Why does that happen? You can clearly see a crazy tiny
    droplet at about 1:45!

  13. rayispro999 says:

    what happens to those water particles?

  14. Ирина Happy says:


  15. Begger Bro says:

    А если жидко насрать в невесомости, тоже гамно в виде шара, такого себе
    калобка сложится?

  16. Volodymyr Stolyrenko says:

    Астронавт Терри Виртс, находившийся на МКС, продемонстрировал растворение
    шипучей таблетки в условиях невесомости. 

  17. sanko111 says:

    Wow, are those small droplets ORBITING the ball? Honestly have no idea how
    big the mass would have to be for that to happen, but it really looks like
    some of the smaller ones do…